VBN Components offers high-performance materials development as a service

November 7, 2023

November 7, 2023

Examples of microstructure for two different alloys – the characteristics can be customised in many ways states VBN (Courtesy VBN Components)
Examples of microstructure for two different alloys – the characteristics can be customised in many ways states VBN (Courtesy VBN Components)

VBN Components, Uppsala, Sweden, has introduced its High-Performance Materials Development as a Service at this year’s Formnext. The new service enables customers explore the development of traditionally challenging materials such as high-carbon steels, hard metals, or refractories such as Tungsten or Niobium.

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“We frequently receive requests from clients for custom materials development,” stated Magnus Bergman, CEO of VBN Components. “We believe the time is right to showcase our expertise in this domain to the world and are thrilled to now offer this as a dedicated service. Our participation at Formnext 2023 marks a significant step towards fulfilling the evolving needs of the industry.”

Led by material experts, the service will leverage cutting-edge Additive Manufacturing technologies to unravel materials with exceptional wear resistance and unique capabilities.

“Our high-performance materials development service is designed to push the boundaries of what’s possible in metal Additive Manufacturing, contributing to enhanced performance and longer lifespan of components,” added Ulrik Beste, PhD, CTO and co-founder of VBN Components.

VBN Components will be exhibiting at the Formnext from November 7 to 10 in Hall 12.0, Booth B131.


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Examples of microstructure for two different alloys – the characteristics can be customised in many ways states VBN (Courtesy VBN Components)
November 7, 2023

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