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AMEXCI, Sweden

General description

AMEXCI, a Nordic Additive Manufacturing company, develops together with its customers, a new generation of products where AM acts as an enabler for higher competitiveness and more sustainable production. Furthermore, AMEXCI offers a range of trainings and workshops to build successful business cases. Its competence lays in the capability to design, produce and qualify components.

AMEXCI’s mission is to drive excellence and accelerate the adoption of Additive Manufacturing technologies. The company acts as a resource for its customers, providing them services and expertise in AM, to stay competitive and sustainable in the global arena.

AMEXCI is currently owned by 12 leading Nordic Industrial companies: ABB, Atlas Copco, Electrolux, Ericsson, FAM, Husqvarna Group, Höganäs AB, Saab, Scania, SKF, Stora Enso and Wärtsilä.

Expertise related to the project

AMEXCI is a leading Additive Manufacturing company with extensive experience in the development and production of additive manufacturing products. The InShaPe project requires knowledgeable companies in the field of AM, that can assist in the identification and development of industrial use-cases to demonstrate the advantages of the beam shaping technology in relation to productivity, agility, and sustainability. AMEXCI will contribute to the upscaling and development of an industrial demonstrator.

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Members of Consortium

  • Technische Universität München


  • Aenium Engineering




  • BEAMIT Group


  • Eindhoven University of Technology

    The Netherlands

  • EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems


  • Oerlikon AM Europe GmbH


  • SILIOS Technologies


  • Technion – Israel Institute of Technology


  • Bavarian Research Alliance GmbH


Funded by the European Union

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.