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Nikon reorganises 3D printing subsidiary Morf3D and founds Nikon AM Synergy

The Japanese technology group Nikon has announced a strategic reorganisation of its subsidiary Morf3D. The company, which specialises in metal 3D printing, will be reorganised under the name Nikon AM Synergy Inc. The new company will be integrated into Nikon’s Advanced Manufacturing Business Unit in Long Beach, California.

The realignment is aimed at accelerating the adoption and scaling of metal 3D printing in the aerospace and defence industry. Nikon AM Synergy will focus on these key industries, utilising Nikon SLM Solutions’ laser powder bed fusion technology.

The realignment includes a move away from general contract manufacturing and the divestment of non-essential equipment. Instead, Nikon AM Synergy will operate in a highly secure environment to meet the stringent safety requirements of the aerospace and defence industry.


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