Arcam Acquires Medical Manufacturer DiSanto Technology
Part of what the additive machine maker gains by acquiring this part producer is CNC machining capacity and expertise. The move follows the acquisition of a Canadian metal powder company.
With this move, Arcam also essentially completes a North American supply chain for additively manufactured parts, because the company also recently acquired Canadian metal powder manufacturer AP&C. Arcam can now supply raw material, additive machines and finished products.
A contract manufacturer uses stereolithography to produce high-quality medical devices on a micro-scale for prototyping and end use.
Can we achieve something like a wartime transition to ventilator production, or will the response need to look different from this?
Emergency authorization from FDA allows for use of device permitting four patients to use a shared ventilator. HP involved in mass production via additive manufacturing.