J.A.M.E.S, Fuji Corporation Join Forces to Drive Innovation in 3D ManufacturingJune 1, 2023 | J.A.M.E.S
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J.A.M.E.S, the collaborative community for additively manufactured electronics (AME) development, is pleased to announce its partnership with Fuji Corporation, a leading manufacturing company known for its innovative technologies. This partnership aims to drive innovation in the 3D manufacturing industry by combining the expertise and resources of both companies.
J.A.M.E.S is establishing a collaborative community that brings together professionals and enthusiasts from various fields to drive AME development in 3D printed electronics. This community aims to provide a platform for technical knowledge sharing, design enablement, and real-time communication with experts from different manufacturing industries.
Fuji Corporation will have access to and contact J.A.M.E.S community members to gain knowledge of the latest market trends, demands, and insights. Additionally, members of the J.A.M.E.S community will benefit from access to Fuji’s innovative technologies and expertise in pick-and-place machines. This collaboration will allow both companies to work together on upcoming projects, share insights, and develop new ideas and solutions to meet the needs of the 3D manufacturing industry.
Fuji Corporation is a manufacturing company known for its innovative technologies. The company has a long history of developing first-in-the-world technologies. It is best known for developing, manufacturing, and selling its Surface Mount Technology (SMT) electronics assembly pick and place machines and industry-leading Computer Numerical Control (CNC) automatic lathes. In addition, Fuji has expanded its business into the medical, nursing care, and logistics fields, utilizing its vast technological expertise.
Fuji has developed a unique electronics 3D printer—FPM-Trinity—that combines resin substrate printing, circuit printing, and component mounting to enable complete additive manufacturing of electronic devices in a single machine.
Andreas Müller, the CEO of J.A.M.E.S, expressed, ?We are excited to partner with Fuji Corporation and gain access to their innovative technologies and insights. This collaboration will allow J.A.M.E.S to expand our network of expertise and resources while also sharing our knowledge and market knowledge with Fuji. Together, we aim to develop further ideas and solutions to drive innovation in the 3D printed electronics industry. We believe this partnership is a significant step towards achieving our shared goal of advancing the AME technology into the 3D manufacturing industry through collaboration.”
J.A.M.E.S and Fuji Corporation are committed to advancing the 3D manufacturing industry through collaboration and innovation. Both companies aim to develop innovative solutions and ideas that meet the ever-evolving needs of the 3D printing industry by leveraging their expertise and resources.
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