AMT, your strategic contract manufacturing partner, delivering innovative and effective solutions since 1990. We integrate our 25 years of experience & knowledge on metal and our commitment to innovate, to collaborate with industries all over the world to overcome challenging manufacturing obstacles.
Since the founding of O.R. Lasertechnology GmbH in September 1997, the founders Yhushua Resnik and Uri Resnik have pursued the goal of establishing new applications for lasers in material processing and offering innovative laser technology concepts to a wide range of customers in the plastics manufacturing industry. Our services and products include: Laser deposit welding with all materials standard, precious and exotic; manufacturing of complete laser processing machines for laser deposit welding, technology consulting, service and support; research & development of special applications with standard and exotic materials using laser welding technology.
As Stratasys ‘European Partner of the Year’ 2014/15, SYS can help you get up to speed with advanced 3D printing technology. On display will be our cost effective range of 3D printing systems, these compact systems combine the accuracy and versatility of high-end rapid prototyping machines.
The Sodick OPM250L is a LINEAR Motor 3D Metal Printer & High Speed Machining Centre Combination. This innovative One Process Machine was designed specifically for the High Performance Mould & Die sector & revolutionises both mould productivity & performance by reducing lead times, achieving significant Labour reduction as well as substantial overall cost reduction. Sodick Europe Ltd. offer the same High Quality Service & Support packages for this "Game Changing" technology as they have for their EDM Product range for over 30 years.
SHINING 3D has been applying itself to 3D scanning and 3D printing technology for years, providing machinery and service in such sectors as industrial manufacturing, bio-medical, cultural creation, education. SHINING 3D was founded in 2004 and successfully got listed in OTC stock market on August 8, 2014, becoming China’s first OTC stock in 3D digitizing and 3D printing industry. Shining3D’s headquarter is based in Hangzhou and it has branches offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Nanjing, Guangzhou, Chengdu, etc.
Xi’an Bright Laser Technologies LTD (BLT) is the largest provider of complete solution for metal additive manufacturing in China. The company founder professor Huang Wei-dong took up research of metal additive manufacturing in 1995, he is also the earliest prominent scholar carrying out relevant research. Founded in July, 1990, BLT currently employs over 120 employees,registered capital of 40,000,000 yuan , 25% holds master or doctor’s degree.
It is not our goal to manufacture the best machine in the world; our goal is to provide the best solution for our customer.
Although we have a long history, IBARMIA is today a young and dynamic company committed to provide specific Machine Tool solutions for every customer.
This commitment makes us grow every year.
Welcome to your machine tool point.
Today, IBARMIA is a dynamic team committed to service.KOLDO ARANDIA
General Manager at IBARMIA
According to many professionals who used them EOS makes some of the best professional and 3D Printer Manufacturer on the market.Its product line up includes plastic, metal based and other materials 3D printers. All its plastic based systems, both modular and compact (FORMIGA P 110, ESOINT P 395, EOSINT P 760, EOSINT P 800), employ laser sintering techniques. Its metal printing system, the EOSINT M 280, adopts its proprietary DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) technology, based directly on three dimensional CAD design data. Its sand based system, the EOSINT S 750, adopts the world's only double laser sintering system to produce san cores and moulds for cast metal parts.Based in Germany, EOS is privately owned.
Aerosud is an established leader in the aviation industry supplying integrated manufacturing solutions. Aerosud is a smart supplier, capable of adding value to partnerships involving programme management, design, development and production processes.
3D Systems is one of the largest manufacturerr of 3D Printers. Its fpounder, Chuck Hull, invented SLA technology in 1986. Headquartered in Rock Hill, South Carolina, it is a leading provider of 3D content-to-print solutions including 3D printers using several different technologies, print materials and on-demand custom parts services for professionals and consumers alike with materials ranging from thermoplastics, metals, ceramics and edible sugar. The company also provides software design tools including CAD, reverse engineering and inspection and consumer 3D printers, apps and services.
Established in 1973 by David McMurtry (now Sir David McMurtry), Chairman and Chief Executive, and John Deer, now Deputy Chairman, Renishaw is a global company with core skills in measurement, motion control, spectroscopy and precision machining. It develops innovative products to improve manufacturing efficiencies and raise product quality, to maximize research capabilities and improve the efficacy of medical procedures.
Its products are used for machine tool automation, co-ordinate measurement, additive manufacturing, gauging, Raman spectroscopy, machine calibration, position feedback, CAD/CAM dentistry, shape memory alloys, large scale surveying, stereotactic neurosurgery, and medical diagnostics. The majority of its R&D and manufacturing is carried out in the UK, primarily in its Gloucestershire headquarters. It also has assembly facilities located near to Dublin, Ireland and in Pune, India. In 2011 it acquired the former Renishaw has a strong global presence, with more than 60 offices in 32 countries and some 94% of its sales are made outside the UK. Renishaw is directly present in Italy through a complete Italian language website at www.renishaw.it, and through its Italian offices, located in Via dei Prati 5, Turin.
Based in Chicago Illinois and operational since 1937, Sciaky launched its groundbreaking Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (AM) process in 2009 with the objective to save manufacturers time and money on the production of large-scale, high-value metal parts and prototypes. Today, Sciaky’s AM process remains the only large-scale, fully-programmable means of achieving near-net shape parts made of titanium, tantalum, inconel and other high-value metals. Sciaky’s AM process has a standard build envelope of 19' x 4' x 4' (L x W x H), allowing manufacturers to produce very large parts and structures, with virtually no waste. Starting with a 3D model from a CAD program, Sciaky's fully-articulated, moving electron beam welding gun deposits metal (via wire; also known as Electron Beam Free Form Fabrication), layer by layer, until the part is built and ready for minor finish machining. Deposition rates typically range from 7 to 20 lbs/hr, depending upon part geometry and the material selected. Sciaky is present in Italy and internationally jn over 30 markets through a network of agents that can be contacted through its website.
"With decades of manufacturing experience and significant investment in research and product development, ExOne has pioneered the evolution of nontraditional manufacturing.
This investment has yielded a new generation of rapid production technology in the field of additive manufacturing as well as advanced micromachining processes.
Its process solutions give manufacturers the freedom to produce objects that have virtually unlimited design complexity.
ExOne collaborates with its clients through the entire development and production process so that they are able to “materialize” new concepts — designs, prototypes, and production parts — precisely when needed.
Production scale is irrelevant and lot quantities of one are just as efficient as lot quantities of one thousand. It offers both the services and the equipment to enable point-of-use manufacturing using additive manufacturing processes. ExOne supports the use of traditional industrial strength materials ranging from metals to ceramics to glass, all used in revolutionary ways. Its range of offerings also includes services and equipment for fabricating on a “micro” scale, which enables machining of small features with precision and speed.
All this makes ExOne an optimal partner for any industrial manufacturer who is transitioning their manufacturing business to the digital age.
ExOne produces an array of materialization systems to support a wide range of customer needs and facility requirements.
ExOne currently offers two of the largest printers on the world market for 3D printing of sand and metal materials, offering build sizes as large as 1800 x 1000 x 700 mm (70 x 39 x 27 in.) for sand and 780 x 400 x 400 mm (30.7 x 15.75 x 15.75 in.) for metal.
Smaller scale metal/glass printers are also available for university/research lab applications or small-scale product manufacturers, with a build size of 40 x 60 x 35 mm (1.5 x 2.3 x 1.3 in.).
At IMTS 2012, ExOne unveiled the latest in the digital part materialization line-up: the M-Flex. Offered as a mid-size, flexible solution which is capable of printing in a range of materials, this machine features a build size of 400 x 250 x 250 mm (15.7 x 9.8 x 9.8 in.).
ExMicro also offers Orion™ short pulse laser systems, utilizing a five-axis machine tool with four additional axes available on the trepanning head.
The state-of-the-art beam manipulation permits the fabrication of complex shapes, including direct and inverse taper.
ExOne Materialization Systems are sold as complete systems packages and customized for specific customer requirements and applications."
By utilising the endless opportunities of our metal powders, we know that we can improve resource ef ciency and lead a wave of change for the better.
To achieve this, traditional ways of doing things must be challenged.
We actively seek out needs not being met and then invent new solutions. Our search for how metal powder can make a real difference never ends. With people at every level of our organisation dedicated to rede ning what is possible, we continue to amaze the world with new breakthroughs.
3,000 customers in 75 countries
More than 1,500 products, mostly customer specific, from 13 production centres
Around 700 granted patents
Turnover 2014: 7,100 MSEK
Profit (before taxes): 970 MSEK
Established in 1797 as a coal mining company
Owned by FAM and LindéngruppenDigital Metal Technology belongs to the global Höganäs Group, which is headquartered in Sweden and best known for its pioneering work in metal powders. There is an obvious and natural connection between 3D metal printing and the Group’s core business.
Being part of a much larger organisation guarantees the companies financial stability, and makes Digital Metal a reliable partner in the long term. It can also leverage its parent company’s worldwide presence and well-developed supply chain to ensure deliveries.
Digital Metal has developed its own unique proprietary precision ink-jet technology for making complex metallic components. It begins with an object described in a CAD file. This is materialised in its 3D printer, which works by laying down powdered metal in thin layers, interspersed with a special ink/glue.
Once complete, the object is sintered for strength. The result is a metal component or part with high resolution and tolerance.
An additional third step can be introduced to refine surface equality.
Materials Digital Metal’s components are currently predominantly made from stainless steel. However, other materials such as titanium, silver and copper are close to commercialisation."
Sisma is the biggest laser manufacturer in Italy and can look back on over 50 years of experience in precision mechanics and industrial automation. Established in Schio (VI) in 1961, the company is a worldwide reference for the design and production of extremely high precision machinery.
Innovative by vocation, Sisma combines an independent and cutting edge design and production organization with highly specialized human resources, thus guaranteeing top product quality as well as thorough and prompt assistance.
The company is also heavily investing in research and development with the aim of maintaining its technologic leading role and exploring new paths in laser systems.
"Arcam provides a cost-efficient Additive Manufacturing solution for production of metal components. The technology offers freedom in design combined with excellent material properties and high productivity. Arcam’s market is global with customers mainly in the orthopedic implant and aerospace industries.
The company was founded in 1997 and is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, Sweden. Head office and production facilities are located in Mölndal, Sweden. Support offices are located in the United States, Italy, China and UK.
The company acts as a partner for manufacturing in the orthopedic implant and aerospace industries and offers a complete portfolio of EBM (Electron Beam Melting) machines, auxiliary equipment, software, metal powders, service and training to support our customers.
Arcam has filed more than 25 patent families for its EBM technology and has currently more than 50 granted patents in various countries."
Headquartered in Lübeck, Northern Germany, SLM Solutions is one of the pioneers in the sector of Rapid Manufacturing Systems. It serves customers in the fields of Vacuum Casting and Metal Casting and has a multi-decade history. In the recent past, SLM Solutions focused mainly on the selective laser melting technology. As a manufacturer of machines for small series parts and prototypes, the company focuses on the development, production and distribution of its selective laser melting systems, adopted by industries such as automotive, education, aerospace and medical.
Concept Laser GmbH is an independent company based in Lichtenfels, Germany. Since its founding in 2000, it has been a leading innovator in the field of metal laser melting with the patented LaserCUSING® technology across many industries.The term LaserCUSING®, a combination of the C from CONCEPT Laser and the word FUSING (to fully melt), describes the technology: the fusing process generates components layer by layer using 3D CAD data.
In the metal laser melting process, standard commercial batch materials in powder form are locally fused by a high-energy fibre laser. During the laser process, the one-component metal powder is completely fused. Following setting, the material solidifies. This means that the finished component is provided with almost ideal material properties.The additive manufacturing technology allows the production of complex component geometries without tools to create parts that are difficult or even impossible to achieve through conventional manufacturing.