EMO Hanover 2019: SLM Solutions to Share Application-based Examples of Successful Metal Additive Manufacturing
Lübeck, July 25, 2019. At EMO Hanover, the world trade fair for metal processing, SLM Solutions (hall 9, booth I06) will present an attractive program of in-booth lectures providing attendees with information on how to get started and be successful with metal additive manufacturing. The 3D printing process known as Selective Laser Melting offers a wide range of possibilities in the additive manufacturing of metal-based parts. Additive manufacturing allows metal parts to be created with internal structures allowing the part to be stronger and lighter than if it were produced through traditional manufacturing methods. Visitors to SLM’s booth will be able to observe live metal 3D printing on their in-booth machine using the selective laser melting process.
SLM Solutions‘ in-booth lectures will highlight interesting, real-world success stories from a wide range of industries already using SLM® technology such as aerospace, automotive, energy, toolmaking, medical and dental. In-booth application examples will include a monolithic, 3D-printed rocket engine with an integrated functional cooling structure, and the world’s first additive manufactured series turning tool for the cutting industry from Arno Werkzeuge.
Visit SLM Solutions at EMO Hanover in hall 9, booth I06 for more information on the innovative world of metal additive manufacturing.
About SLM Solutions
SLM Solutions is an integrated solutions provider and metal additive manufacturing partner. The company takes a vested interest in customers’ long-term success with metal additive manufacturing. Robust Selective Laser Melting® machines optimize fast, reliable and cost-efficient part production and SLM Solutions’ experts work with customers at each stage of the process to provide support and knowledge-sharing that elevate use of the technology and ensure their return on investment is maximized. A publicly traded company, SLM Solutions Group AG is headquartered in Germany with offices in France, Italy, the United States, Singapore, Russia, India and China.