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3D-printed hip implant, Additive Manufacturing Magazine

3D-Printed Hips Versus the World's Deadliest Mountain
3D-printed trabecular titanium hip implants—printed by Lima Corporate on Arcam EBM machines—helped legendary Italian mountaineer Romano Benet to continue scaling the world's most dangerous peaks.

Acetabular hip cups, after 3D printing and after machining

End-to-End Additive Manufacturing at Slice Mfg. Studios
The Akron-based company aims to control and perfect the additive manufacturing of medical devices, from raw material all the way through shipping.

Arcam EBM to Expand into New Facility
The company has signed a lease agreement for its EBM business to move into a facility in Härryda, Sweden.

Magnus René and Johan Brandt to Leave Arcam
Arcam's CEO and CFO have both chosen to depart from the company. 

Delta TT hip cups

10 Years Producing Hip Implants Through AM
There is already heritage in additive manufacturing. AM is taken seriously today in part because early users such as Lima Corporate have proven it.

Arcam CEO Magnus René

Arcam CEO Speaks of Promise and Progress in Aerospace and Orthopedic Industries
Growth is expected as both industries transition more production components to AM.

Metal 3D-printed hip implants

Video: Material, Machine and Quality Control Improvements in AM
Arcam’s Francisco Medina discusses the advantages of electron beam melting (EBM), enabling factors for AM production and the future of powder-bed machines.

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.

Reimagining Implants
A medical-industry contract manufacturer that built its reputation on CNC machining is now helping its customers realize the advantages of additive manufacturing.

EBM Offers a New Alternative for Producing Titanium Parts and Prototypes
EBM promises to deliver fully dense parts with properties equal to wrought materials faster than other metal-based additive-fabrication methods. 

Product Categories of Arcam

Additive Manufacturing Machines—Powder Bed Fusion
Nickel Alloys
Powder Metals
Titanium Alloys