Additive Manufacturing 3D printing specialist VBN Components inaugurates new premises

Editor: Alexander Stark

Sweden — The supplier of hard, 3D printed metals VBN Components is on a growth trajectory. That is why the Swedish company recently moved in larger premises.

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Inauguration at VBN Components AB. From lef to right in picture are: Ulf Melin, Chairman of VBN, Ulrik Beste, Head of development at VBN, Per Bengtsson, CEO of Uppsala Innovation Centre, and Johan Bäckström, CEO of VBN.
Inauguration at VBN Components AB. From lef to right in picture are: Ulf Melin, Chairman of VBN, Ulrik Beste, Head of development at VBN, Per Bengtsson, CEO of Uppsala Innovation Centre, and Johan Bäckström, CEO of VBN.
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When it comes to developing hard and wear resistant metals, VBN Components is a specialist on the market. For more than a decade, unique, 3D printed alloys with advanced properties have been the company’s niche and what has made the Swedish company successful.

In order to increase production speed and improve workflow, VBN moved to three times larger premises last spring. New personnel has been employed and acquisitions of machines are planned. Given the current global situation, the inauguration had to be postponed until 10 November, when a large number of guests gathered to celebrate the company’s success.

”It feels good that we can finally inaugurate our new, spacious and production-adapted premises together with our partners and that it coincides with the fact that we have received new serial production orders”, says Johan Bäckström, CEO of VBN Components AB.

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