DSH adds ‘block time’ process metallurgy support for MIM and sinter-based AM

June 10, 2020

DSH Technologies, a sister company of Elnik Systems, LLC, headquartered in Cedar Grove, New Jersey, USA, plans to introduce a ‘block time’ process metallurgy support to its service offerings. The new service will offer companies in the metal part making industry access to the team at DSH, which includes a Chief Process Metallurgist, in ten, twenty or forty-hour blocks of paid support time.

“Not every company has the opportunity to hire or bring onboard personnel with years of history in processing metal parts. This is a challenging industry. For years the team at DSH has been helping companies develop new parts and overcome challenges with existing parts. Our goal is to make it easy for companies to access process metallurgy expertise, without having to worry about the onboarding and hiring processes,” explained Stefan Joens, the company’s Vice President. 

“With our current team here, Bryan Sherman (Chief Metallurgist/Project Manager), Bruce Dionne (Vice President of Operations, Elnik) and myself, we can draw on decades of processing experience and offer a lot of help to companies in all areas of metal part making, from incoming material specifications through final part delivery.”

Block support time will be paid in advance, after which point the DSH team will log all calls and provide support remotely and/or virtually throughout the time purchased. Focused around, but not limited to, the Metal Injection Moulding and sinter-based AM industries, a wide range of support will be provided, ranging from metallographic analysis and processing problems to setter design and facility planning.  

DSH also has multiple pieces of equipment in house to perform debinding, sintering and some metallography work should that level of support be needed as well. For more information contact Stefan Joens. [email protected].


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