Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) is very pleased to announce that it has received a contract from
"We have been developing PEKK materials and advanced manufacturing processes for over ten years. We have also established a world-class biomedical 3D printing facility and sell these products commercially worldwide. We are therefore very pleased that our in-depth knowledge of PEKK and the 3D printing (High Temperature Laser Sintering –HTLS) process has been recognized and we have been selected to undertake this critical development," said
To support this contract and increasing commercial demand for the technology, OPM has purchased an additional EOSINT P800 HTLS machine, which will be the second P800 operated by OPM. “OPM has selected the EOSINT P800 because it is today the most advanced equipment to support our business,” DeFelice explained. The new machine will be installed at the firm’s ISO 9001:2008/AS9100
The NGSC award has been initiated by the
OPM operates at the intersection of high performance polymers, additive manufacturing technologies, and the creation of structures for the biomedical and aerospace sectors. The firm currently has four operating divisions: Biomedical Devices and Parts, Biomedical Raw Materials, Industrial Parts, and Metrology Sciences. OPM was selected to participate in the
For more information, please visit http://www.oxfordpm.com.
In sea, land, air and space,
For more information, please visit http://www.northropgrumman.com.
NAMII is a public-private partnership with member organizations from industry, academia, government, and workforce development resources all collaborating with a singular, shared vision to transition additive manufacturing technology to the mainstream U.S. manufacturing sector. NAMII is the pilot institute for up to 15
For additional information, visit http://www.namii.org.
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