Lübeck, August 06, 2018. SLM Solutions Group AG is holding an "Open House” in Estlandring 4, Lübeck-Genin, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. on August 25, 2018. Visitors will get interesting insights behind the scenes of one of the leading manufacturers of metal-based 3D printing. In addition, guests can expect a varied program for the whole family.
The approximately 360 employees of SLM Solutions only moved to the impressive new building in Lübeck-Genin in May of this year. At the "Open House", interested parties can take a guided tour behind the scenes of the manufacturer of metal-based additive manufacturing technology. From 12 noon to 4 p.m., they can learn in the production area how the machines are made for 3D printing, experience the processes in our show area live and get lots of exciting background information.
Daniela Wedemeyer, Commercial Director of SLM Solutions Group AG, is looking forward to the Open House: "We are very proud to have this opportunity to present our new company building and SLM® technology to the people of Lübeck. Everyone is welcome to celebrate, discuss and discover with us."
DJ Björn from Mateffy will provide the background music for the "Open House” with the best of pop, rock and soul. Of course, there will also be an exciting children's program.
SLM Solutions has been based with its predecessor companies in Lübeck since 1957. With the new building, SLM Solutions Group AG has again confirmed and further consolidated its commitment to Lübeck. The company’s products are used worldwide by customers in the aviation and aerospace industry, the energy sector, health care and the automotive sector.
SLM Solutions is a world-leading provider of metal-based additive manufacturing technology. The company focuses on the development, assembly and sale of machines and integrated system solutions in the field of selective laser melting.
In selective laser melting, a thin layer of metal powder is applied to a substrate plate. Then the powder is melted by means of lasers. After that, the plate is lowered by one thickness layer, and a new layer of powder is applied. This process sequence repeats, and the geometries of the current layer merge with the previous one. When the last layer of the component has been reached, the construction job is completed.