Precision ADM increases its capacities with a new additive manufacturing equipment
Precision ADM, an engineering and additive manufacturing (AM) solutions provider, announced an investment in three EOS metal additive manufacturing machines. This investment will serve industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers.
The acquisition increases their AM capacity and capability, making it one of the biggest direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) AM manufacturer in Canada with ISO 13485:2016 Quality Management System certification.
The acquisition of EOS M 290 machines and one EOS M 400-4
This equipment increases Precision ADM’s throughput by adding Cobalt Chrome production equipment to complement existing Titanium equipment. Furthermore, the company will have access to the entire EOS set of parameters and materials. It can therefore begin to additively manufacture parts made from EOS Stainless Steel 17-4 PH IndustryLine, Aluminum, and Nickel Alloy IN625, along with existing capabilities in Titanium Ti64, Cobalt Chrome, Nickel Alloy IN718, and Maraging Steel MS1.
Speaking about this acquisition, Laura Gilmour, global medical business manager at EOS explains that medical device companies increasingly turn to 3D printing to make experimentation and scaling production possible. Precision ADM aware of that, takes advantage of this technology.
“This manufacturing capability and capacity expansion is an exciting step forward in Precision ADM’s growth,” said Precision ADM’s CEO, Martin Petrak. “ [This partnership with EOS ] gives us the capability to meet our client’s increasing additive manufacturing demands.“
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