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According to 3D Printers Disrupting Copyrights and Patents,” It wasn’t too long ago that DIY 3D printers started making the news in geek circles. It captured the imagination of some and was largely ignored by others. I was somewhere in between until a few days ago. I’ve since slid somewhere closer to imagination, perhaps because someone printed a rotor from a Wankel engine”. […]

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Arcam Uses Electron Beam Melting (EBM) for 3D Printing Metal Implants

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According to Arcam,” is a Swedish company founded in 1997.  Arcam provides cost-effective 3D printing solutions for metal parts.  The Arcam EBM (Electronic Beam Melting) builds metal parts from metal powder by melting the metal powder with a powerful electron beam.  The electron beam is precisely controlled using electromagnetic coils”.

Arcam uses EBM technology to manufacture patient-specific orthopedic implants.  Computer Tomography (CT) is used to build a CAD model of a patient-specific implant and EBM technology is used to 3D print the part from the CAD model.

http://www.arcam.com/technology/electron-beam-melting/


Wikipedia Article on Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing