A year on from the merger which saw OxMet Technologies and Betatype join forces to become Alloyed, our Company has grown so fast and changed so much that we thought a regular newsletter might be the best way to keep our wider circle of customers, partners, and friendly engineers abreast with what’s going on.
As Alloyed continues to extend its influence throughout industry, we have a discussion with Infrastructure Director, Gael Guetard who takes a look at the investment that is taking place, and also how this serves the core customer base for the company.
Alloyed (formerly OxMet Technologies) brings together the advanced technology brands Alloys-By-Design (ABD), Betatype, and Alloyed Digital Manufacture (ADM) and provides a compelling offering for optimising advanced digital metal manufacturing applications.
ALLOYED ACQUIRES ARC MELTER TO WIDEN CUSTOMER REACH
Alloyed recently completed a strategic acquisition of an Arc Melter and has installed it alongside its already impressive array of technologies housed in its Oxford, U.K.-based Rapid Alloy Research Centre.
ALLOYED RECEIVES HYBRID AM RESEARCH GRANT AS PART OF CHAMPP CONSORTIUM
Alloyed is delighted to announce that the CHAMPP consortium, which it is a part of, has been awarded a significant grant to research, develop and test an innovative new hybrid production process that will address a number of the key limitations of additive manufacturing (AM) for the automotive sector, specifically electric vehicles (EVs).
Alloyed is committed to making your high-performance components and processes even better, using advanced metallurgy, the latest simulation techniques, and a deep understanding of the factors that drive performance. We focus on multi-scale materials and multi-physics modelling, prediction and analysis of fatigue/TMF and failure, and optimisation of complex manufacturing processes.
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