Webinar: Electron Beam Melting: Today’s Impact and Tomorrow’s Potential for Additive Manufacturing
Offering high productivity and lower cost per part, Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology has the power to help businesses build the next generation of applications, today. EBM helps unleash a new generation of additive innovation. This leading-edge technology offers you design freedom, excellent material properties, and stacking capabilities for efficient production of parts.
This webinar will give you an overview of EBM and describe why it is a unique and innovative force in additive manufacturing and a go-to technology in both aerospace and medical industries. Join the presenters as they discuss current applications on the market today and how it is helping to improve products and get them to market faster.
The session will also look ahead at the research being conducted around EBM and explore what the future holds for this cutting-edge technology.
Vice President of EBM Technology
Isak Elfström is responsible for the development of GE Additive’s Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology. He has spent almost 15 years developing the EBM technology and has helped drive the adoption of EBM-manufactured components in aerospace and orthopedics.
Isak holds an MSc in applied physics from Luleå University of Technology.
Anders Ingvarsson joined the GE Additive EBM team in Gothenburg 3 years ago, starting taking the product responsibility for the aftermarket offering. While building the knowledge of EBM from the needs of the GE Additive EBM customer, the product responsibility has grown and Anders is now Product Manager for two machines and he coordinates the journey for the digitalization products in general for Arcam EBM. Prior GE Additive, Anders worked within different automation company.
Anders holds an M.Sc. in Mechatronics and Automation from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg.
Product Marketing Manager
As a marketing manager at GE Additive, Klas Rapphed has a broad knowledge of the additive market and the unique position of the EBM technology. Before he joined GE Additive, Klas held different sales and marketing roles in the mobile network infrastructure industry.
Klas holds a B.Sc. in electrical engineering from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, and a university degree in marketing and economics