BeAM, a pioneering provider of additive manufacturing machines based on Directed Energy Deposition technology (DED), is delighted to announce the sale of its new Modulo machine to the Saint Exupéry Institute of Technology, based in Toulouse and Bordeaux (France)
BeAM Machines is a Gold Sponsor at AMUG - Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference - March 19-23 (Chicago, Illinois)
BeAM Machines SAS, the leading European based specialists in providing DED (Directed Energy Deposition) solutions, has opened its U.S subsidiary, BeAM Machines, Inc., in Cincinnati, Ohio. BeAM is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the 2017 AMUG conference, and the team will be on hand the entire week to answer questions. Aaron LaLonde, BeAM’s Director of Engineering will provide insight regarding the impact of powder quality in the DED process during Thursday’s Metals Track, lobby level room Continental C.
Press Conference on November 16th at 4:15 PM (Hall 3, Ebene Via, Foyer Ost Raum Kontrast)
BeAM the European pioneer in DED additive manufacturing machines will present its “MAGIC” machine which already produces qualified parts for its customer Chromalloy. BeAM will also present MODULO, its new machine which will be available in June 2017. BeAM will be on booth 3.1- J70 together with its partner Addup, the metal additive manufacturing company set up by Fives and Michelin. This will be the second edition of FormNext, an annual gathering of world leaders in additive manufacturing, where the industry’s latest innovations are presented for the first time. FormNext will run from November 15-18 in Frankfurt, Germany.
BeAM, the European leader in additive manufacturing machines based on laser metal deposition technology, and GeonX, a software provider specialising in next-generation virtual manufacturing solutions for science and industry, are forming a strategic alliance with a view to developing the world’s first integrated Simulation-Process-Machine system.
The theme of this new edition will be « Let’s create the aerospace industry future together ». It will take place on June 23rd, from 9:30am to 5:30pm in Paris (Pavillon Royal – Bois de Boulogne).
BeAM will participate to the Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3.D Show in Erfurt, Germany on its own booth, that will be located in Hall 2, Booth 2-810.
Meet Frédéric Le Moullec, VP Business Development, on Booth 73C 40, Pavillion 7- Hall 3.
BeAM’s new subsidiary, BeAM Machines Inc., is to be based in Hebron, Kentucky, on the premises of industrial engineering group Fives, with which it signed an industrial and commercial partnership in March 2015. Fives designs and manufactures machines, process equipment and production lines for the world’s foremost industrial groups.
Prestigious French engineering schools École Polytechnique and ENSTA ParisTech have invested in one of BeAM’s Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) additive manufacturing machines. The 3D printer, which is based on metal powder deposition technology, is to be installed at the École Polytechnique and ENSTA ParisTech’s additive manufacturing centre.
Thanks to the 2014 fundraising, five well-known industrial figures became shareholders: Emeric d’Arcimoles, Frederic Sanchez, Hervé Guillou, Maurice Bérenger and Philippe Varin. Emeric d’Arcimoles then became President and CEO of BeAM on February 1st, 2016. Today, three new personalities invest in BeAM: Jacques Barillot-Creuzet, Jean-Pierre Dreau, Mr and Mrs Carayon, and BNP Paribas developpement funding .
BeAM exhibition stand will be located in the Additive Manufacturing area, Hall 15, Stand F83-1. Frédéric will be pleased to meet you there and present LMD technology and the benefits of BeAM machines.
GIFAS (French Aerospace Industry Association) is organising the France - Singapore Business Forum to open doors to partnerships between Singapore and France.
On January 21st 2016, Emmanuel Laubriat, Executive VP Business Development of BeAM, attended as a keynote speaker a conference on opportunities and risks of additive manufacturing in Paris. Key messages and introduction video here, theme videos here and below !
BeAM, which was awarded in 2015 the Aeronautics Award in the category “Innovation” and which is a leading European manufacturer of additive manufacturing machines using Laser Metal Deposition, develops its corporate governance and named Emeric d’Arcimoles, BeAM administrator and shareholder, at the head of the company.
This show was one of the most intense of BeAM’s history since the International Paris Air Show of Le Bourget in 2015 and it enabled the French company to get in touch with Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese manufacturers who discovered BeAM’s products and were amazed by the high industrial standard of BeAM’s machines and applications. This show already has positive effects, locally but also with Korean manufacturers.
The prize rewards the entire BeAM team for the work put in over the last three years. Founded on December 1, 2012, BeAM has been growing at a fast pace. After a successful fund-raising in 2014, it went on to announce a number of major clients and partnerships this year, including Safran and Fives.
On January 21st 2016, Emmanuel Laubriat, Executive VP Business Development of BeAM, will attend as a keynote speaker a conference on opportunities and risks of additive manufacturing. Better known as 3D printing, additive manufacturing will be analyzed in terms of its industrial applications and its impact on the fourth industrial revolution, from a French-Italian standpoint.
BeAM has enlisted industry majors, including Airbus Group, CEA List, DCNS and Thales, to take part in its "I AM SURE" initiative to standardise 3D printing techniques. The project aims to develop a quality control process for machine outputs. It is due to launch on January 1, 2016 and will last for three years.
The BeAM’s team took part to the 51th edition of the Paris Air Show in le Bourget, the world biggest aeronautical show, to expose its machines and the CLAD® process in front of visitors coming from everywhere around the globe.
Bourget, June 15th, 2015 – After a year and a half of the Open-Innovation collaboration, the international high-tech group Safran, the leading equipment supplier in its core markets of aeronautics, aerospace, defence and security, has ordered its first machine from BeAM, first European manufacturer of additive manufacturing machines by metal powder deposition. This order is from the core of the Safran Tech’s Research & Technology department (R&T), and is the result of the creation of the new Safran’s Additive Manufacturing department.
BeAM, first European manufacturer of metal additive manufacturing machines by layer deposition announces an important partnership with Fives, an industrial engineering group that designs and manufactures machines, industrial machine-tools and production lines for industrial applications.
BeAM, the first European manufacturer of metal 3D additive manufacturer using LASER metal deposition has raised 1 million euros and federated an exceptional board of investors to conquest the world market.