With over 130 years of experience in specialty alloys, it was no surprise when Carpenter Technology expressed an interest in additive manufacturing.
At the time, the company’s in-depth knowledge of metal materials positioned it strategically to advance additive manufacturing and solve existing challenges related to materials and processes. Today, Carpenter Technology operates an AM-dedicated division, Carpenter Additive , which offers customers from across the aerospace, medical, transportation, energy and industrial segments an end-to-end AM production service.
Considering this service, and the company’s interesting trajectory (especially its acquisition of major metal AM material providers Puris LLC and LPW Technology Ltd. in recent years), we wanted to learn more about Carpenter Additive’s offering and how it views its service within the broader AM market. Ben Ferrar, the Vice President and General Manager […]
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