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BeAM Machines Cincinnati Facility to Host Open House

Thursday, August 17, 2017
 
BeAM Machines, Inc., the recently-opened U.S. subsidiary of France-based BeAM Machines SAS, will host an open house on August 31 at its facility in Blue Ash, OH, located just outside of Cincinnati. Known as the BeAM Solutions Center for North America, the facility manufactures 3D additive-manufacturing (AM) machines that utilize DED and CNC technology. The 20,000-sq.-ft. facility features a dedicated AM workspace, metallurgical lab, applications-training facility, assembly area and post-process-machining department. During the open house, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the facility and view live demonstrations of the company’s flagship machine, the Magic 2.0.

For more, visit www.beam-machines.fr.


Sintavia Makes Two Senior-Leadership Appointments

Wednesday, August 16, 2017
 
Sintavia, LLC, Davie, FL, a provider of additive-manufacturing (AM) supply-chain services, announced the addition of two new employees to its senior-leadership team: Rick Clark as vice president of operations and J. Louis Schlegel IV as global vice president of sales. As VP of operations, Clark will manage customers’ production builds and work to establish process flows and procedural infrastructure for Sintavia’s “digital factory of the future,” set to open in 2018.

As global VP of sales, Schlegel will be responsible for leading the Sintavia sales team, developing new business opportunities and overseeing AM-supply-chain services for Sintavia’s clients.

For more, visit www.sintavia.com.

Sciaky to Adopt Siemens PLM Software

Tuesday, August 15, 2017
 
Sciaky, Inc., Chicago, IL, a provider of metal additive-manufacturing (AM) systems and services, announced it will adopt Siemens product-lifecycle management (PLM) software for its Electron-Beam AM (EBAM) offerings. Specifically, Sciaky will utilize Siemens’ NX and NX Nastran software for CAD/CAM/CAE applications, integrating its AM offerings into the software many of its customers use.

For more, visit www.sciaky.com.


3D Metal Printing Mobile App Delivers the Latest on Metal AM

Friday, August 11, 2017
 

3D Metal Printing magazine’s mobile app brings the latest in metal additive-manufacturing (AM) news directly to readers’ smart phones and tablets. The app is available for free through the Apple AppStore and Google Play, and features articles, industry news, conference registration and more from 3D Metal Printing.

Visit www.3dmpmag.com/mobile to download the app directly to your smart phone or tablet.

SoCal Service Provider Adds Metal-AM Trio

Friday, August 11, 2017
 

Morf3D, El Segundo, CA, has acquired three new metal 3D-printing machines—two EOS M 290 machines and an EOS M 400. The 6800-sq.-ft. facility, which opened in September 2015, plans to expand its materials offerings beyond aluminum and titanium and begin printing Inconel and other alloys.

 

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