Serving as the North American subsidiary of SLM Solutions Group AG SLM Solutions NA, Inc. is a leading provider of 3D additive technology and machinery for metal part prototypes and manufacturing production.These powerful and innovative technologies support an optimal approach for safe, flexible and cost efficient metal part production across the aerospace, automotive, academia, energy and medical industries. SLM systems include the SLM®125HL, SLM®280HL, and SLM®500HL.Our multi-laser options, bi-directional loader movement, open software control, and closed-loop metal powder handling are defining the industry gold standard for achieving greater build speed, increased operator safety, and production part quality.
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Making the Case for Building an AM Team
There's no question that metal AM technology has arrived at the point where it's a viable production alternative for companies of all sizes, across many industries. Manufacturers just need to do the proper due diligence to ensure they choose the right metal AM technology for their application. At the same time, they also need to align with a trusted and expert partner that can help navigate the inevitable twists and turns in what’s likely to be a rewarding and transformative journey.
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