Intech Additive Solutions, Bangalore, India, has become the Indian sales channel partner of Amazemet Sp. z o. o., a spin-off company from Warsaw University of Technology. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for this partnership was signed during Formnext 2022 in Frankfurt, Germany, in November.
Under this agreement, Intech Additive will distribute Amazemet’s products in India, including the:
- RePowder, an ultrasonic atomisation machine for powder production at the R&D level
- safeEtch, an automated support removal & surface finishing system
- inFurner120, a vacuum furnace
- inFurner200, a vacuum furnace
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“Intech believes in providing integrated solutions. With the addition of product offerings from Amazemet, we strengthen the philosophy of ‘value add’ and enable our customers to explore the development of new/custom materials and processes in quick time and with lower investments,” stated Sridhar Balaram, CEO & Founder of Intech Additive Solutions.
“The innovative product line-up from Amazemet coupled with iFusion150 (metal 3D printer) & parameter optimisation software AMOptoMet from Intech makes it a powerful and perfect R&D setup.”
Łukasz Żrodowski, CEO and co-founder of Amazemet, added, “Entering the Indian market is essential in spreading Amazemet’s mission of enhancing worldwide development in Metal Additive Manufacturing. Thanks to our partnership with Intech, research and production facilities in India will be provided with the best service and equipment that will allow them to grow even more quickly.”
Learn more about Amazemet’s RePowder technology…
In the Winter 2022 issue of PM Review, Amazemet offered our readers an in-depth look at how its state-of-the-art RePowder device enables the low-cost, eco-friendly recycling and ultrasonic atomisation of metal materials at the laboratory scale. Download the issue today to learn more about how establishing new technologies to produce small quantities of high-quality metal powders with tailored, AM-suitable chemical compositions can accelerate the development of new materials for the AM process.