ARCAM


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ARCAMArchitectuurcentrum Amsterdam (Dutch: Amsterdam Center for Architecture; Netherlands)
ARCAMArmy Reserve Components Achievement Medal
ARCAMAlfa Romeo Club d'Alsace-Moselle (French: Alfa Romeo Club of Alsace-Moselle; Alsace-Moselle, France)
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Reportedly, GE Sweden Holdings AB had acquired additional shares in Arcam and following completion of the acquisition, GE has been registered as a shareholder in the share register of Arcam of the acquired shares and currently holds approximately 95% of the shares and votes in Arcam.
GE previously owned approximately 77 per cent of Arcam's outstanding shares.
While the 50 employees at the Pittsburgh center will continue to support GEs industrial businesses with additive initiatives, they will expand their focus to support current and potential Concept Laser and Arcam customers in additive design and production.
Fairfield, Connecticutt-based GE (NYSE: GE) has agreed to purchase controlling shares of Arcam AB of Sweden following the conclusion of the extended public tender offer which ended on November 10, the company said.
Since the birth of Arcam 1997, our vision has remained the same: to revolutionize the art of manufacturing complex parts.
According to the company, the Arcam Q20plus allows Alcoa to print parts directly from a 3D computer model by melting and fusing layers of fine metal powder with an electron beam.
British hi-fi manufacturers Arcam have gone some way to solving this with a less cumbersome amplifier that doubles as a battery pack case.
Users of Arcam's Electron Beam Melting (EBM) machines are mainly active in the orthopedic implant and aerospace industries.
Users of Arcam's Electron Beam Melting (EBM) machines mainly are active in the orthopedic implant and aerospace industries.
The lab printed two footballs using an Arcam electron beam melting machine, using titanium powder.
United States-based Morris Technologies, Incorporated has acquired an Arcam A2 electron beam melting (EBM) machine.
The original Solo from UK hi-fi specialist Arcam changed all that, delivering the performance of audiophile hi-fi separates in one slim, elegant chassis, designed by humans for humans.