Digital Metal®, AM Technology For Serial Production Of Complex Metal Components

Mr Alexander Sakratidis, Sales and Marketing Manager
Digital Metal AB
Sweden
 

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Presentation Summary

The proprietary AM technology of Digital Metal® is making great strides into serial production with its high-precision binder-jetting technology. With + 300 000 printed metal components and + 30 different geometries in serial production, the DM P2500 is a well proven system. Alexanders presentation will cover the benefits with high-precision binder-jetting and also point out the limitations.

Speaker Biography (Alexander Sakratidis)

Alexander joined Digital Metal in 2015 and served as Sales Manager for 2 years prior to becoming Sales & Marketing Manager with responsibility for expanding sales and distribution of the company´s additive manufacturing services and machines.
 
Prior to joining Digital Metal, Alexander has worked in different positions, primarily in sales and marketing, covering industries such as the Energy-, Food Packaging-, Innovation-, Restaurant- and Software industry. He has experience from B2B and B2C in both multinational as well as entrepreneurial companies.
 
Alexander graduated from the University of Lund, Sweden in 1998 with a Bachelor and Master degree in Industrial Marketing and Consumer Marketing.

Company Profile (Digital Metal)

Digital Metal®. Based on its proprietary, high-precision binder-jetting technology, Digital Metal® develops, manufactures and sells 3D metal printers for additive manufacturing and provides printing services. The focus is on small, complex components with high resolution and excellent surface finish. Thanks to high printing productivity and accuracy, Digital Metal is ideal for both serial production and customised components. Digital Metal is part of Höganäs Group - the world's leading producer of metal powders, including an extensive range of metal powders for additive manufacturing.
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