BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) today announced it has acquired Aerosint, a pioneer in multi-material deposition systems for powder-based additive manufacturing (AM) solutions.
For the next 4 years Aerosint will participate in a project lead by the CRM Group and UCLouvain - Université catholique de Louvain. The project is a Win2Wal funded project and aims at researching the compatibility of dissimilar metals for multimaterial 3D printing.
Greetings from the entire Aerosint team.
We just printed this amazing part. It's a multi-metallic heat exchanger designed by our friends at Gen3D.
During EPMA's Additive Manufacturing online Seminar, Dr. Bram Neirinck of Aerosint will make an interesting presentation on "Near Term Industrial Opportunities for Selective Powder Deposition in Laser Powder Bed Fusion".
This week we kicked off a new research project "COVID Style" with our project partner Amnovis. The project is financially supported by Service public de Wallonie and by Agentschap Innoveren & Ondernemen and will run for 24 months.
We are lucky to have Xiaoshuang Li join Aerosint today!
We today achieved a major technical milestone, we printed our first dual metal parts!
Wrapping-up 2019 we can reflect on a pivotal year for Aerosint.