Another Freemelt ONE order to US University
11 Apr 2023
Nasdaq First North-listed Freemelt – a high-tech commercial company whose groundbreaking solutions create new conditions for rapid growth in metal 3D- Printing – secures another order of Freemelt One to the North American market. This time to NC State University, The Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics (CAMAL). This confirms and further strengthens Freemelt’s position in the important R&D market.
Another high-tech 3D-printer for research has been sold to a prestige university in the United States. The printer will be delivered no later than June 2023. The interest in the research machine, Freemelt ONE is showing a steady increase in one of the company’s main markets, North America.
In 2022, Freemelt received six orders from leading US universities, in addition to the breakthrough order from an industrial customer in 2021.
“The market for metal 3D-printers targeting research and development is growing rapidly for us. Customers appreciate the capabilities and opportunities offered by our hardware and that we offer open-source software that enables close collaboration and development with our customers to achieve maximized utilization and results”, says Daniel Gidlund, CEO of Freemelt.
The Freemelt ONE system incorporates the new and valuable ProHeat technology™ that enables metal 3D-printing in new and advanced materials in a controlled manner, even at elevated temperatures. The order also includes the software Pixelmelt™ which is used to optimize the build files preparation.
“As already experienced users of electron beam printers, we are very excited about how Freemelt ONE can improve and simplify for us. Our choice of Freemelt ONE is because the 3D-printer is designed and adapted for research and development of new materials. We look forward to the new improved opportunities for research”, says Dr. Ola L. A. Harrysson at NC State University.
Freemelt’s patented and protected technology takes 3D-printing to a new level and provides new opportunities to print products in a cost-effective way and at an even and high quality. An open-source solution creates the conditions for strong growth that makes it possible to develop products for manufacturing markets.
For more information, please contact:
Daniel Gidlund, CEO at tel. 070-246 45 01 or by e-mail: email@example.com
Latest update: 2023-04-11