Adding the order announced today to the 3 systems ordered from Asia, a UK order, and another order from Europe to their backlog existing in October, Arcam AB now has a record order backlog of 17 machines. This compares to a backlog of just 6 machines in October of 2012.
I guess this also explains why Arcam AB has new job opportunities posted on their web site.
Arcam Research/Due Diligence:
General overview of company, technology, growth drivers: Arcam AB: Small 3D Printing Company with Big Growth Projections (7/21/2013)
MUST READ on EBM (Electron Beam Melting) seen as the technology of choice by PwC in high-grade printing of metals for defense and aerospace applications: PricewaterhouseCoopers on 3D Printing and EBM (Electron Beam Melting) Technology used by Arcam AB (8/10/2013)
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