GE announced it is cutting loose another 13,000 jobs, and this may have big implications for the 3D printing industry.
GE Additive announced this week the opening of its new Arcam EBM Center of Excellence to focus on EBM 3D printing for production and R&D.
In four announcements over the last nine days, GE Additive has shared the news of a notable sales season in metal 3D printing.
Sintavia opened a 55,000-square-foot advanced manufacturing facility, featuring 3D printing.
There is no doubt GE is serious about 3D metal printing.
There’s been announcements of executive changes at a couple of notable 3D printing companies.
An announcement today triggered some thoughts about the importance of certifications for companies in the 3D metal printing market.
GE announced a branding change for their latest 3D printing acquisition Arcam, but that’s only the start.
Many options for 3D metal printing now exist and while most use variations of the powder bed process, Arcam’s specific technique has some differences.
This week GE described how they are rapidly expanding their metal 3D printing capabilities.
GE announced it had this week met its minimum requirement to go ahead with the acquisition of Arcam, beginning a new phase in metal printing.
Arcam is a publicly-traded metal 3D printer manufacturer, and now we know a bit more about how well they are doing.
Today General Electric announced plans to acquire two metal 3D printing companies, Arcam and SLM Solutions.
Sweden-based Arcam, maker of powerful metal 3D printing gear, released interim financial results for the first half of the year, and there’s good and bad news.
Sweden’s Arcam is a company on the move, it seems, as they’ve been making a series of deals to solidify their metal materials providers.
This is the final segment of a two-part series comparing EBM and DMLS 3D printing processes. The first part may be found here.
There is no escaping the fact that industrial 3D printing with metal is an increasing application trend for additive manufacturing technologies.
Sweden-based Arcam seems to be setting up a German subsidiary.
A press release from ARCAM seeks to hire a number of different roles. What does this mean?
Sweden’s Arcam has been in the metal additive manufacturing (AM) business since 1997, and has established itself as a leading manufacturer of electron beam melting (EBM) metal AM machines.
Sweden-based 3D metal printer manufacturer ARCAM is expanding by hiring no less than ten new positions.
One of the key metal 3D printing vendors is Arcam. How have they been doing lately?
Last week 3D Systems did something unusual: they sold off 7,500,000 shares of their stock at a price of USD$40 each. Around 17.5% of these shares were held by “certain selling stockholders”, while the rest were owned by 3D Systems itself. This raised company coffers by a massive USD$300M. Companies just don’t do this… Continue reading 3D Systems to Acquire Arcam?