ADDiTEC’s collaboration with Bharat Fritz Werner results in new Hybrid series

June 13, 2024

June 13, 2024

ADDiTEC partnered with BFW to produce it Hybrid series of Additive Manufacturing machines (Courtesy ADDiTEC)
ADDiTEC partnered with BFW to produce it Hybrid series of Additive Manufacturing machines (Courtesy ADDiTEC)

ADDiTEC, based in Palm City, Florida, USA, has reported that its strategic partnership with India’s largest CNC manufacturer Bharat Fritz Werner Ltd (BFW), headquartered in Bengaluru, resulted in the development of ADDiTEC’s new Hybrid Additive Manufacturing platform.

The Hybrid series integrates ADDiTEC’s Liquid Metal Jetting (LMJ), a process which falls broadly into the ISO/ASTM 52900:2015 category of Material Jetting, and laser-based Directed Energy Deposition (DED) Additive Manufacturing technologies with a five-axis CNC machine. The Hybrid 2 incorporates LMJ and CNC, with the Hybrid 3 combining both LMJ and DED with CNC.

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Brian Matthews, CEO and founder of ADDiTEC, stated, “We are thrilled to partner with BFW, combining our advanced Additive Manufacturing technology with their extensive expertise in precision machine tools & engineering. This Hybrid platform represents a significant leap forward when compared to all other products on the market, providing a versatile solution that meets the evolving needs of our additive industry.”

Ravi Raghavan, CEO and Managing Director of BFW, added, “Our collaboration with ADDiTEC is a testament to our commitment to innovation and product excellence. By integrating cutting-edge Additive Manufacturing technologies with our industry leading CNC machines, we are poised to revolutionise the manufacturing landscape, offering our customers unmatched flexibility and performance.”

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