Cyient adds SLM 280 at its Florida metal Additive Manufacturing facility

September 30, 2021

Cyient has installed a new SLM 280 machine at its metal Additive Manufacturing facility in Florida, USA (Courtesy Cyient/SLM Solutions)

Engineering, manufacturing and digital technology solutions provider Cyient, headquartered in Hyderabad, India, has installed a new SLM®280 machine from SLM Solutions at the company’s first metal Additive Manufacturing facility in Jupiter, Florida, USA. With over 100 engineers focused in design optimisation for Additive Manufacturing, Cyient states it is further enhancing its rapid development capabilities, critical for digital manufacturing solutions.

“Cyient has successfully designed and manufactured metal additive components for some of its key customers – our most recent achievement being the delivery of tooling components for a large aircraft engine manufacturer,” stated Rajendra Velagapudi, SVP & Global Operation Head – Design Led Manufacturing, Cyient. “The new SLM 280 will enable us to offer manufactured components directly to our customers in the aerospace, defence, medical and energy industries. This is a key milestone on our road to becoming an end-to-end Additive Manufacturing solutions provider.”

Sam O’Leary, CEO, SLM Solutions, added, “We are actively consulting and supporting from our Indian and US offices as Cyient integrates into strategic manufacturing supply chains worldwide. We are thrilled to work together as it grows its product offerings with selective laser melting.”

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