amace Solutions expands production capacity with move to larger Additive Manufacturing facility

February 7, 2024

amace Solutions Pvt Ltd has moved to a dedicated Additive Manufacturing factory which has an area that is 5X bigger than its previous facility (Courtesy amace Solutions)
amace Solutions Pvt Ltd has moved to a dedicated Additive Manufacturing factory which has an area that is 5X bigger than its previous facility (Courtesy amace Solutions)

amace Solutions Pvt Ltd, a company of the Ace Micromatic Group (AMG) based in Bangalore, India, has recently relocated to a new dedicated Additive Manufacturing facility. The move has resulted in a significant increase in production capacity, providing approximately five times more floor space than at its previous site.

amace offers a range of metal Additive Manufacturing machines, including the STLR-400 launched in 2021, and the smaller STLR-180. The company also offers a range of metal powders and additional services.

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In addition to increasing its production capacity, the new facility will enable services such as advanced AM labs for new material and parameter development, a large repository of spare parts and added competencies for application support. The company is also expecting to expand its workforce.

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