AMEXCI is a consortium of 11 Swedish industrial companies located in Karlskoga, Sweden. They are fully focused on Additive Manufacturing, covering several topics along the value chain, including research, education and AM production in metal and polymer.
The AM experience kit consists of the following content:
A test part produced in some of the most mature Additive Manufacturing technologies such as Stereolithography, Polymer and Metal Powder Bed Fusion and Fused Deposition Modeling.
Additive Manufacturing Content
Learn more about AM markets, applications and technologies. The boxes are filled with selected material such as booklets, posters and process cards, from AMEXCI and other AM companies.
The purpose of the AM experience kit is to provide you and your colleagues a feeling for Additive Manufacturing and the different technologies.
The kit contains a sample part printed in different polymer and metal technologies. Additionally, it contains an AM booklet summarizing the most important points to get started with AM as well as process cards for the most common AM technologies.
Are you unsure if this product suits your needs? Get in touch if you have any questions or require additional information.
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