SLM Solutions to Digitally Launch its Next Generation Metal Additive Manufacturing Machine

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Above: SLM Solutions’ Next Generation Metal AM Machine tease/Video Source: SLM Solutions

SLM Solutions Group AG, an integrated solutions provider and metal additive manufacturing partner, announced the dates to digitally launch its next generation metal additive manufacturing machine. The event requires mandatory online registration* and is scheduled for November 10th, 2020 at 4PM CET.

The launch event will be graced by the presence SLM Solutions’ CEO, Meddah Hadjar, where the team will showcase the technical features of their latest SLM® metal additive manufacturing machine from the company’s headquarters in Lübeck, Germany.

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Above: SLM Solutions to unveil its next generation metal AM machine on 10th of November, 2020/Image Source: SLM Solutions

The market launch of the next generation metal additive manufacturing machine is a significant milestone for the manufacturing industry, as it will revolutionize the industrialization of metal additive manufacturing using SLM® technology.

Speaking on behalf of SLM Solutions, CEO Meddah Hadjar highlights that the launch is much anticipated. He adds, “We are very pleased to introduce our customers to the most productive selective laser melting system available in the market. Together with our partners, we are happy to push the limits of additive manufacturing and be the beacon for innovations to come.”

Innovation strongly stitched into the fabric of its creation, SLM Solutions continues to hold many patents making machine features such as bi-directional recoating, multi-laser overlap stitching and laminar gas flow exclusive to the brand. SLM Solutions was the first OEM to bring multi-laser technology to the market and, as pioneer in the field, will continue to redefine the technology’s boundaries with this new machine and its capabilities. 

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Along with the excitement of a new machine, SLM Solutions has also decided to rebrand itself; the company’s new logo can now be seen promoting the machine launch, with a new website soon to follow.

Excited to disclose the rebrand, Hadjar commented, “Over the past year and a half, the wonderful workforce at SLM Solutions has laboured long and hard to revitalize our company and to create a better experience to serve our customer base. Because of their amazing dedication and hard work, we realized that our logo and branding do not speak to the company we are today.”

SLM Solutions’ rebranding goes deeper than colours and shapes – committed to its upward growth, the company is laser focused on the future, and leading the industry in metal additive innovation.

*The registration for the digital event is available at: (Live-stream access to the event will be possible on the same webpage)

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