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Freemelt receives third order from the US

For a Freemelt ONE system from the Georgia Institute of Technology

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Nasdaq First North-listed Freemelt, whose pioneering solutions create new conditions for rapid growth and development in 3D printing, has received an order, to a value close to $500k, for a Freemelt ONE system from the prestigious Georgia Institute of Technology in the US. The system will be used for materials research and will be delivered in the second quarter of 2022.

Freemelt receives third order from the US. For a Freemelt ONE system from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Freemelt ONE system

Freemelt’s protected technology takes 3D printing to a new level – making it possible to print products more cost-effectively, and in new materials that were previously not possible to produce. The 3D printer will be placed at the Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility (AMPF), which aims to scale up and industrialize new technologies and ideas in collaboration between industry and academia.

“Freemelt has identified a key market need: early-stage development of feedstocks, parameters, and build strategies for E-beam powder bed fusion 3D printing. The flexibility and accessibility of this system makes it ideal for contributing to the AMPF goal of maturing early concepts for new materials and manufacturing strategies up to the point of commercial adoption,” said Aaron Stebner, Associate Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

This is the third order Freemenlt has received to the United States in a short period, and shows that there is a pronounced and growing interest in Freemelt’s products in North America, which is now one of the company’s main markets.

“The services offered by the Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility to the industry are in great demand and they are rapidly expanding. This is the first 3D printer based on electron beam technology to be placed on the AMPF,” said Peter Jain, Managing Director for sales at Freemelt.

“Georgia Tech is amongst the highest-ranked technical universities in the United States. This order is proof that our technology meets the highest requirements in advanced materials research. The placement at AMPF also show that the manufacturing industry is preparing for our technology,” said Ulric Ljungblad, CEO at Freemelt.

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