ADDiTEC and MECHA partner to boost advanced metal manufacturing

February 27, 2024

ADDiTEC offers both Directed Energy Deposition and Liquid Metal Additive Manufacturing machines (Courtesy ADDiTEC)
ADDiTEC offers both Directed Energy Deposition and Liquid Metal Additive Manufacturing machines (Courtesy ADDiTEC)

ADDiTEC, headquartered in Palm City, Florida, USA, has announced a strategic partnership with MECHA, Inc., Raleigh, North Carolina, which aims to leverage ADDiTEC’s metal Additive Manufacturing technologies with MECHA’s high-volume precision machining and finishing services.

The partnership looks to provide customers with diverse, cost-effective end-to-end solutions from technological integration to post-sales support. With MECHA focused on rapid prototyping and ADDiTEC focused on minimised time to market, the companies believe that its partnership will be well suited to industries to such as aerospace, automotive, biotechnology and medical.

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“As we join forces with MECHA Inc, we are not just forming a partnership; we are crafting a synergy of innovation and precision in advanced metal manufacturing,” stated Brian Matthews, founder & CEO of ADDiTEC. “This collaboration allows us to combine ADDiTEC’s groundbreaking technologies with MECHA’s exceptional machining and metal services, promising unparalleled solutions for our clients. Together, we are shaping the future of metal manufacturing with a shared commitment to quality, efficiency, and cutting-edge excellence.”

The partnership is also intended to facilitate collaborative research and development initiatives in an effort to enable the companies to enhance product design and performance. Their joint efforts aim to push the boundaries of what is achievable in advanced metal manufacturing, bringing cutting-edge solutions to clients.

Bobby Boyd, Founder and President of Mecha, Inc., added, “At MECHA, we continually push the limits of CNC machining, so we are extremely excited to take things to the next level through our partnership with ADDiTEC, a leader in advanced metal manufacturing.  This strategic alignment will allow our respective customers to innovate in ways that were previously inconceivable, while experiencing an unmatched level of service and support for their cutting-edge designs.  Metal manufacturing is going to evolve rapidly in the near future because of ADDiTEC’s technology, and we are glad to play a role in that evolution.”

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