AM 4 AM accepted in EIT Raw Materials Accelerator Phase 2

May 31, 2024

AM 4 AM produces aluminium alloy powders specifically designed for Additive Manufacturing (Courtesy AM 4 AM)
AM 4 AM produces aluminium alloy powders specifically designed for Additive Manufacturing (Courtesy AM 4 AM)

AM 4 AM, a producer of advanced metal powders for Additive Manufacturing based in Foetz, Luxembourg, has announced that it has been accepted into the EIT Raw Materials Accelerator Phase 2 programme.

The company successfully completed Phase 1 last January, a project undertaken by its EIT Raw Materials team consisting of María Encina López Arias, Antonis Politis, Nicolas Menou, and coaches Joachim Blazer and Hans Westerhof. Phase 2 of the Accelerator programme gives companies six months to validate assumptions made surrounding customer demand and marketplace entry during Phase 1.

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“Being part of this prestigious accelerator provides us with an incredible opportunity to further develop our technology, expand our network, and drive impactful change in the raw materials sector,” the company explained.

Co-funded by the European Union, the objective of the EIT RawMaterials project is to secure a sustainable raw materials supply by driving innovation, education, and entrepreneurship across European industrial ecosystems.

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