AMEXCI | March 03, 2021
AMEXCI and SLM Solutions are ready together to accelerate the industrialization of metal-based Additive Manufacturing. AMEXCI has invested in the Selective Laser Melting machine, which is labeled as SLM500. This investment is done to achieve and to create the basis for surged productivity and part quality. The partnership aims to boost industrialization and support companies. So, that they can successfully implement Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies for serial production of complex metal parts.
On this, Edvin Resebo, CEO of AMEXCI mentions “After worked together for some time, we are delighted to take the next steps and strengthen the cooperation between AMEXCI and SLM Solutions in future. We can see technology as a strong complement alongside our existing collaborations. About the industrialization of AM, we see a growing potential in the Nordic region for the future. From an AMEXCI perspective, SLM Solutions showcases a strapping understanding of what’s important and what needs to be in place for AM as an industrial manufacturing process.”
As part of the partnership, definite case studies will also be used to evaluate Additive Manufacturing. Also, it will test the competitive industry advantages of different machines and technologies offered by SLM Solutions. Besides, AMEXCI also checks the use of the currently introduced SLM machine NXG XII 600 for industrialized series production.
Sam O’Leary, CEO of SLM Solutions also mentions that AMEXCI works with a wide range of industries, especially in the Nordic region. It is a proud moment to contribute as a solution partner to support AM business cases of their customers. To provide consulting services throughout the customer's AM journey is a goal of SLM Solutions in this partnership.
The root cause for the cooperation is AMEXCI’s investment in the latest SLM500 from SLM Solutions. The machine provides features for industrial series production. As the first quad-laser system in the market, the machine is preferably suited for the rapid cost-effective production of large metal parts. The multi-laser overlap strategy with up to four 700 Watt lasers ensures enormous efficiency. The ability to change the build cylinder minimizes machine downtime, maximizes productivity, and reduces cost as well.
businesswire | December 10, 2020
Work area Metal, Inc. a pioneer in large scale manufacturing and turnkey added substance fabricating arrangements, and Trine Acquisition Corp, a specific reason obtaining organization drove by Leo Hindery, Jr. what's more, HPS Investment Partners, a worldwide acknowledge speculation firm for over $60 billion in resources under administration, today declared the fruition of their recently reported business blend. The subsequent organization is named Desktop Metal, Inc. also, its normal stock and warrants are required to begin exchanging on the New York Stock Exchange under the new ticker image "DM" and "DM.WT" on December 10, 2020.
The exchange was consistently affirmed by the top managerial staff of Trine and was likewise endorsed at an exceptional gathering of Trine's investors on December 8, 2020. Because of this exchange, Desktop Metal has gotten around $580 million of gross continues from Trine's trust account and simultaneous value private situations.
“Today is an exciting moment and major milestone for our company and for the additive manufacturing (AM) industry at large,” said Ric Fulop, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Desktop Metal. “With a broad portfolio of solutions offering revolutionary ease-of-use and productivity for the AM industry, Desktop Metal is uniquely positioned to disrupt how parts are made across a wide range of industries. The capital raised through our transition to a publicly traded company will accelerate our global go-to-market efforts, enhance our relentless efforts in R&D, and allow us to capitalize on the tremendous growth opportunities we see over the next decade as we integrate industry-leading technology and intellectual property with strong secular growth trends around AM. We are excited to bring Desktop Metal to the public markets as the only pure play Additive Manufacturing 2.0 (AM 2.0) company and offer everyone the opportunity to invest in a company aiming to transform the manufacturing industry.”
Established in 2015 with a dream to pioneer innovation that changes the manner in which parts are created through AM, Desktop Metal has immediately developed to turn into a worldwide venture offering an assorted set-up of AM arrangements. Driven by an accomplished group with profound operational and logical family, Desktop Metal has dispersion in excess of 60 nations around the globe and appropriation from driving organizations traversing an expansive cluster of enterprises, including car, customer items, mechanical computerization, clinical gadgets, aviation and safeguard.
The Company's item portfolio is moored by its leader Production SystemTM P-50, which is planned to start volume business shipments in the second 50% of 2021. The P-50 is intended to accomplish print accelerates to multiple times those of heritage technologies(1), conveying a huge number of parts every day at costs serious with traditional assembling. The as of late uncovered Production System P-1 use a similar patent-forthcoming Single Pass JettingTM innovation as the P-50 and starts beginning shipments to clients in Q4 2020. Work area Metal's AM 2.0 portfolio additionally incorporates Shop SystemTM, a mid-volume, adaptable assembling arrangement intended for machine shops which started volume fabricating and worldwide shipments in Q4 2020; Studio SystemTM, an office-accommodating metal 3D printing framework for low-volume creation which has been transporting in volume internationally since 2018; and FiberTM, a ceaseless fiber composite printer, booked to start volume business shipments in Q4 2020.
EarlyBirds | March 08, 2022
EarlyBirds, the originator of the Open Innovation Ecosystem, published an article on how their organization might assist advanced manufacturing and production companies to close the innovation gap. By exploiting and deploying innovative technology across production sites, most businesses have been able to adjust to the enormous disruption created by the COVID-19 outbreak. Manufacturing and supply chain professionals must now step up their efforts to be competitive in today's market. Numerous reasons are escalating this demand for change.
To begin with, the need for change in advanced manufacturing and production is being fueled by new client demands and a shifting market environment. Second, the epidemic changed many aspects of people's lives, including their preferences for products and services. Third, climate change and the urgent requirement to achieve net-zero emissions compel businesses to drastically reinvent their production techniques to mitigate the catastrophic effects of global climate change. Finally, the digital transition is here to stay, and companies must innovate to thrive in it.
Consumers, the social order, and the status of the planet are posing new problems that require company executives to go beyond operations, productivity, and efficiency improvements. It entails capitalizing on their investments in sophisticated manufacturing to optimize existing operational models and develop and unlock whole new business models that produce and provide value to all stakeholders. This involves businesses and their consumers and their staff, the broader community, and the environment. EarlyBirds' founders noticed a gap in the market for enterprise-wide innovation services that may assist manufacturing and production organizations in rapidly resolving difficulties, seizing new possibilities, and adapting to the new world of business.
To assist businesses in closing this innovation gap, EarlyBirds developed two essential features. The first is their Open Innovation Ecosystem, which connects large corporations in need of innovative solutions with startups, scaleups, and mature businesses that can provide those answers. Along with this platform, which already records over 4 million creative trades, EarlyBirds launched its Explorer and Challenger innovation initiatives. These programs enable large corporations to leverage EarlyBirds' network of innovators and subject matter experts to offer the programs and outcomes their businesses require. If companies have enough money, they can even be taught how to run these programs independently or help adopt a hybrid strategy that includes their programs.
The Explorer Program is for companies that require innovation as a service to enhance their existing innovation initiatives or to perform innovation projects. By contrast, the Challenger Program is designed to address a single business or technological challenge at a time. It enables firms to identify innovators who meet their business, technical, commercial, and risk requirements. In addition, these programs assist early adopters of novel technologies in locating subject matter experts and independent advisors who can help them confidently resolve their difficulties. The Explorer and Challenger programs are particularly well-suited for addressing the drivers of change in today's economic climate and capitalizing on opportunities created by shifting customer demands, the establishment of Net Zero targets, and the relentless progress of digital transformation.
EarlyBirds launched the Open Innovation Ecosystem and the Explorer and Challenger programs to assist major corporations interested in implementing creative improvements to their operations in identifying innovative startups and subject matter experts who can help them accomplish that goal. Anyone who wants to learn more about EarlyBirds' work, whether they are an innovative startup, a company looking for new ways to solve problems, or a subject matter expert who wants to help many businesses, can contact the company or go to their website.