AMT is secretly working on metal post processing equipment.
I follow many 3D printing companies, but there are a few on which I’m keeping a close watch.
AMT introduced a new line of highly advanced post processing devices for additive manufacturers, the SF Series.
AMT scored a huge US$15M Series B financing round.
Additive manufacturing is relatively young as both technology and industry, growing rapidly to overcome hurdles to adoption.
AMT announced the availability of financing services.
There is news about what appears to be a new player in the metal 3D printing powder market: ALTANA.
AM Technologies has been busy developing new 3D print post processing gear during the COVID-19 crisis, including a new powder removal unit.
A post-processing supplier expands to Japan, illustrating the dramatically increasing interest in post-processing equipment for 3D printing and additive manufacturing.
AMT’s new automated post processing system for 3D printing could enable massive scalability. We found out how it works.
Two 3D printing companies have announced significant funding this week — and both bill DSM Venturing as a leader in their rounds.
As the 3D printing space continues to transform into something that fits into industrial factory settings, we’ve seen materials expand, systems improve, and a trend toward automation. What has so far seemed to be the missing piece is an equal improvement in post-processing technologies.
Mitsubishi Electric continues with its momentum in additive manufacturing, partnering with Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT).
UK-based Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) is expanding operations to the North American market.