Morf3D, Inc, a Nikon subsidiary based in El Segundo, California, USA, has announced that DMG Mori, headquartered in Nagoya City, Japan, has committed to a technology development partnership in its new Applied Digital Manufacturing Center (ADMC) in Long Beach, California. The ADMC is a partnership of global companies utilising an 8,400 m2 state-of-the-art facility to industrialise digital manufacturing process across all markets.
DMG MORI will act as a supplier of subtractive, adaptive, automation and hybrid Additive Manufacturing technologies, that will be imperative as the ADMC continues to evolve. The company will also provide post-processing AM solutions and utilise its automation technology to provide complete solutions. Jeff Wallace, General Manager of National Engineering will be the on-site representative and supply technical insight and experience as projects are reviewed and implemented.
“We are privileged to partner with DMG Mori, who will deliver immense innovation and integrated capability,” stated Ivan Madera, CEO of Morf3D, Inc. “Their incredible contributions – including their best-of-the-best equipment and brightest minds in the industry – will be an excellent addition to the Applied Digital Manufacturing Center and will further evolve our mission to streamline and automate the production process.”
Dr Keiichi Ota, president at DMG MORI USA, added, “We are honoured to take part in the Applied Digital Manufacturing Center. Morf3D is making such incredible strides in the Additive manufacturing industry, and we are excited to work together as partners to keep that momentum going.”
The Applied Digital Manufacturing Center is expected to house 150 multi-discipline engineers, research staff, and technical teams. The ADMC will also serve as an industrial base that will improve the quality of Morf3D’s products and enhance the company’s technical capabilities, as well as enrich its customer applications worldwide.