Indian metal additive manufacturing (AM) company Intech has ordered a 3D printing system from US company Additive Industries.
Indian metal additive manufacturing (AM) company Intech has ordered a 3D printing system from US company Additive Industries.

Indian metal additive manufacturing (AM) company Intech has ordered a 3D printing system from US company Additive Industries.

According to Additive Industries, this order helps the compant expand into Asia. Both process and application development and customer support will be done from the company’s AM center in Singapore.

‘Accelerating adoption of additive manufacturing is the primary objective at Intech,’ said Sridhar Balaram, CEO of Intech. ‘Moving from prototyping to series production with focus on cost per part with repeatable quality is the way forward. […] Intech has been working with various customers in different industry verticals by identifying parts for mass production as a proof of concept. With Additive Industries’ MetalFAB1 we can now scale for volume.’

‘The Indian market offers a great potential for our technology because of the well developed markets of aerospace, automotive and medical implants,’ said Daan Kersten, CEO of Additive Industries.

This story is reprinted from material from Additive Industrieswith editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.