AddUp Acquires BeAMJune 18, 2018
AddUp, a French producer of 3D metal printers and production lines, recently announced the acquisition of BeAM, a fabricant of directed energy deposition (DED) technology, an additive manufacturing (AM) process dedicated to the production of large parts and the repair market.
The acquisition of BeAM enables AddUp to expand its portfolio of metal-AM technologies to better satisfy the needs of its customers and to strengthen its worldwide geographic coverage. BeAM’s DED technology complements AddUp’s laser-beam-melting technology, covering specific market segments, such as large, highly complex parts, component repair and feature addition.
“Together, BeAM and AddUp will be uniquely positioned in the AM market by offering their customers a comprehensive range of metal AM solutions, with, in particular, training and consulting, 3D printing systems and the making of parts for proof of concept (POC),” says Vincent Ferreiro, AddUp’s CEO. This acquisition also strengthens AddUp’s role as a leading player in the French 3D metal printing ecosystem with more than 100 engineers working on the development of new solutions.
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