4/24/2013

SLM Solutions, EADS Innovation Works to Develop AM Metals

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SLM Solutions and EADS Innovation Works have signed a cooperation agreement to research and develop metal alloys for use in selective laser melting systems.

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SLM Solutions and EADS Innovation Works have signed a cooperation agreement to research and develop metal alloys for use in selective laser melting systems. EADS will use an SLM 125 machine to explore the metal characterization of a range of alloys at its laboratories in Ottobrunn, Germany, and will support SLM Solutions with research and development services. 

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