DSH Technologies offers furnace time at no charge to produce COVID-19 healthcare components

March 26, 2020

DSH Technologies is offering its debind and sinter services at no charge for metal parts produced in response to the Covid-19 crisis (Courtesy DSH Technologies)

Debinding and sintering expert DSH Technologies, a sister company of Elnik Systems, LLC, headquartered in Cedar Grove, New Jersey, USA, is offering its debind and sinter services at no charge to those working to produce additively manufactured metal parts in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

DSH Technologies has the capability to water, catalytic and solvent debind parts that have a first stage binder as well as debind and sinter any metal parts built with a single stage binder, such as binder jetting.

As part of the response initiative, parts can be shipped to the company, where they will be processed as a priority for no charge. DSH Technologies states that it will also offer support in terms of design challenges or part review prior to building.

Further information is available by contacting Stefan Joens at [email protected] or  +1 973 239 7792.

www.dshtech.com

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