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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries commercially launches LAMDA DED metal 3D printer

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machine Tool Co., Ltd. (MHI) in Ritto, Shiga Prefecture, Japan, has announced the commercialization of a metal 3D printer. Adopting directed energy deposition (DED) technology, the first unit will be delivered to the newly-opened Advanced Monozukuri Prototype Development Center at the Industrial Research Center of Shiga Prefecture . Here it will be used to support new product development, and advances in additive manufacturing. In a statement from the company, MHI has said, “Going forward, MHI Machine Tool, in collaboration with the Industrial Research Center of Shiga Prefecture, will focus on winning expanded recognition of the metal 3D printer within the manufacturing industry, as well as on developing new applications from the user’s perspective, to make laser machining systems a core entity among its new businesses.” Keeping Japan additive manufacturing-competitive Founded in 2015, MHI is a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) which has been […]

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