VELO3D and Lam Research Corporation have collaborated to develop novel 3D printing materials and design new applications for the semiconductor industry.
Through the joint development programme, Lam intends to significantly increase the volume of additively manufactured parts throughout the next five years. The partnership will see VELO3D develop new metal alloys on its Sapphire platform that are ‘critical to Lam designs and technologies’, with Lam also set to invest an undisclosed amount into the metal additive manufacturing vendor.
This investment will give VELO3D further capacity to build on its 3D printing hardware and materials offerings and, in turn, support efforts in a range of industries, like those of Lam in the semiconductor space.
“Lam Research is leveraging additive manufacturing as a driver of the innovation that enables our customers to build smaller, faster, more powerful and power-efficient electronic devices for everyday use,” commented Kevin Jennings, senior vice president of […]
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