SLM's NXG XII 600 will be put to good use in its additive partnership with AMEXCIClick image to enlargeAdditive manufacturing pioneer SLM Solutions is growing its partnership with AMEXCI, an additive manufacturing company founded by eleven Nordic industrial companies.

The joint objective is to further accelerate the industrialization of metal-based additive manufacturing. As part of this partnership, AMEXCI has taken delivery of an SLM 500, equipped with four 700 watt lasers.

The partnership between AMEXCI and SLM Solutions aims to boost industrialization and support companies to successfully implement additive technologies for serial production of complex metal parts.

“AMEXCI works with a wide range of industries, especially in the Nordic region. We are proud to contribute as a solution partner to support and to realize AM business cases of their customers, from prototype up to serial production. Providing consulting services throughout the customer's AM journey, is a goal of SLM Solutions in this partnership,” said Sam O’Leary, CEO of SLM Solutions.

As part of the partnership, specific case studies will be used to evaluate additive manufacturing and test the competitive industry advantages of different machines and technologies offered by SLM Solutions. Additionally, AMEXCI evaluates the use of the recently introduced SLM NXG XII 600 for industrialized series production.

“Having worked together for some time we are happy to take the next steps and further strengthen the cooperation between AMEXCI and SLM Solutions as we see their technology as a strong complement alongside our existing collaborations. Regarding the industrialization of AM, we see a growing potential in the Nordic region for the coming years. From an AMEXCI perspective, SLM Solutions showcases a strong understanding of what´s important and what needs to be in place for AM as an industrial manufacturing process,” said Edvin Resebo, CEO of AMEXCI.

AMEXCI, together with its customers develops a new generation of products where additive manufacturing acts as an enabler for higher competitiveness and more sustainable production. Furthermore, AMEXCI offers a wide range of training and workshops to build successful business cases for their customers. Founding shareholders of AMEXCI include a who’s who of Scandinavian manufacturing excellence such as ABB, Atlas Copco, Electrolux, FAM, Husqvarna Group, Höganäs AB, Saab, Scania, SKF, Stora Enso and Wärtsilä.

SLM Solutions is an integrated solutions provider and metal additive manufacturing partner with offices in Toronto.

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