TRUMPF, Sintavia form additive manufacturing partnership

The two companies will accelerate the penetration of TRUMPF TruPrint metal printers within the global aerospace industry.

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Laser machine tool manufacturer TRUMPF (Farmington, CT) and metal additive manufacturing services provider Sintavia (Davie, FL) have entered into an agreement to accelerate the penetration of TRUMPF TruPrint metal printers within the global aerospace industry. The agreement, which involves a TRUMPF TruPrint 3000 with industrial part and powder management being installed in Sintavia's Davie manufacturing facility, marks the start of a new strategic alignment for both companies.

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According to Brian R. Neff, Sintavia's CEO, the TruPrint 3000's build chamber is modular and secure, which meets the requirement for the company's new lean production facility.

The two companies have a target installation date for the TruPrint 3000 in early 2018.

For more information, please visit www.trumpf.com and www.sintavia.com.

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