VOESTALPINE TO EXPAND ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS IN ASIA

3D Printing Industry | 1/10/2019 | Umair Iftikhar
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Voestalpine has announced plans to expand its additive manufacturing operations further in the Asian market.

In 2016, Voestalpine founded the Additive Manufacturing Center in Dusseldorf. The center was established in collaboration with Voetalpine’s subsidiary steel companies, the Austrian Böhler Edelstahl and Uddeholms AB, based in Sweden. The two subsidiaries are hubs for metal powder production for 3D printing.

Past - Additive - Manufacturing - Center - Space

In the past, the Additive Manufacturing Center has collaborated with the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF) to 3D print sampling scoop tool. The tool was coated with titanium nitride and was used to collect samples from a simulated Mars environment in Oman.

A 3D printing facility of Voestalpine. Image via Voestalpine.

Veostalpine - Bid - Manufacturing - Network - Taiwan

In 2017, Veostalpine invested €50 million in a bid to extend its additive manufacturing network to Taiwan and Singapore, where parts are produced using DMG Mori Lasertec 65 3D. Voestalpine is also a member of...
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