3DCeram Sinto acquires majority of TIWARI Scientific Instruments

August 25, 2022

3DCeram Sinto has acquired the majority share of TIWARI Scientific Instruments (Courtesy 3D Ceram Sinto)
3DCeram Sinto has acquired the majority share of TIWARI Scientific Instruments (Courtesy 3D Ceram Sinto)

3DCeram Sinto, Bonnac-La-Côte, France, has become the majority shareholder of startup TIWARI Scientific Instruments, Berlin, Germany, which will now be known as 3Dceram Sinto Tiwari.

TIWARI Scientific Instruments was founded in 2019 within the European Space Agency (ESA) ecosystem. The company works with all stages of Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) Additive Manufacturing, a Material Extrusion (MEX) process. The company has successfully developed and commercialised a technology for the MEX AM of high-density metals and ceramics, and offers services and consultancy to companies interested in adopting the technology.

3DCeram Sinto’s acquisition of TIWARI furthers its Multi Advanced Technology (MAT) development programme. This project aims to serve the objectives of a new form of additive and intelligent manufacturing, organised in networks and highly digitised, allowing better integration into industry 4.0 workflows.



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