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RUAG Space has outlined its intentions to qualify and accelerate the series production of 3D printed space components, after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Oerlikon. Read more

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The global technology group has signed a MOU with Lufthansa Technik to establish processes for additive manufacturing (AM) in the aircraft MRO industry. Read more

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Oerlikon has signed a long-term collaboration agreement with Farsoon Technologies to supply qualified AM metal powders for the Chinese firm's additive manufacturing (AM) systems. Read more

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Boeing and Oerlikon are to collaborate to develop standard materials and processes for the additive manufacturing of structural titanium aerospace components. Read more

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XJet has today made the commercial launch of its Carmel line of metals and ceramics-supporting additive manufacturing machines. Read more

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XJet, the NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology pioneer, has announced the first global installation of its Carmel 1400 AM system at Oerlikon subsidiary, citim. Read more

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The Technical University of Munich and the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology will partner with Oerlikon to support its strategy to further raise its profile as a leader in surface solutions into additive manufacturing. Read more

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Swiss manufacturing company, Oerlikon is expanding its global additive manufacturing sector with a new 3D printing facility for advanced components in the Charlotte metro area in North Carolina. Oerlikon will invest CHF 55m in the facility by 2018. Read more

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Global technology group, Oerlikon have today announced the acquisition of German company, citim GmbH. citim, a leading player in additive manufacturing design and production of metal components, expands Oerlikon’s AM technology and service portfolio. Read more

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Advanced material provider, Oerlikon have announced that it will build a new state-of-the-art additive manufacturing facility in Michigan, USA. The new site will be dedicated to producing advanced AM materials and high-end surface coatings. Read more

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