Holo Expands Offering with PureForm MicroAM
Company on track to be a large producer of production metal additive manufacturing parts in 2021.
September 3, 2021
Holo, the metal additive manufacturing company, has launched PureForm MicroAM in copper, stainless steels and other metals. PureForm MicroAM is a high resolution and high throughput metal AM platform on the market, capable of producing parts with features less than 50 μm, enabling a wide range of applications including electrical components, jewelry and medical and dental devices.
“Traditional manufacturing approaches, such as Swiss CNC, molding and casting are either too costly for volume production or cannot produce complex parts with such fine features,” says Hal Zarem, CEO. “PureForm MicroAM enables our customers to access parts at a lower cost and produce geometries that cannot be made any other way.”
PureForm MicroAM has enabled capabilities for customers in the electronics industry, producing fine featured micro inductors coils, built with 400 µm strands and in high-end custom jewelry.
Other AM applications that have been enabled by PureForm MicroAM include stainless steel biopsy scoops used in medical applications with sharp point features, down to 20 µm and dental abutments with printed functional threads that hold a 200 µm pitch.
“We are excited to continue to offer new capabilities to our customers, enabling us to support a host of new MicroAM applications from surgical equipment and dental, to micro-electronics, micro-robotics, consumer electronics and jewelry,” says Arian Aghababaie, co-founder and chief strategy officer.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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