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Additive Manufacturing

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Jul 10, 2024

Nikon reorganizes additive manufacturing subsidiary; rebrands under Nikon AM Synergy

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  • Nikon Corporation has announced that it has reorganized its additive manufacturing subsidiary (AM) Morf3D and relaunched it under the new name, Nikon AM Synergy.

  • Following Nikon's full acquisition of Morf3D in July 2023, the company has reportedly significantly transformed the business to support its AM strategy. This includes hiring new leadership and transitioning from general-purpose contract manufacturing (CM) to focusing on the adoption and scaling of metal AM solutions for the defense and aerospace sectors. 

  • Furthermore, the company plans to combine the laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF) technology offered by its SLM Solutions subsidiary with its internally developed directed energy deposition (DED) solutions to offer specialized capabilities to customers in the US.

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