LÖMI joins ColdMetalFusion Alliance

Companies & MarketsNews
September 8, 2022

September 8, 2022

LÖMI GmbH, a supplier of debinding machines based in Grossotheim, Germany, reports it has joined the ColdMetalFusion Alliance, an industry alliance of leaders with experience in the fields of sintering, Additive Manufacturing and traditional industrial manufacturing.

“Debinding of metal parts is part of our DNA, and we have a long history of collaborating with the industry from large scale chemical site-projects down to producing our renowned all-in-one debinding stations,” stated José Manuel Dias da Fonseca, CEO of LÖMI. “As we join forces with the other ColdMetalFusion partners, we want to elevate metal Additive Manufacturing to a more robust and reliable alternative to injection moulding. Together with the ColdMetalFusion partners, LÖMI will provide complete industrialised system solutions and deliver its know-how in sintering to the world’s factory floors. We understand ourselves as the industry’s partners.”

ColdMetalFusion’s vision is to industrialise Additive Manufacturing through common standards between sintering and Additive Manufacturing, as well as a common industrial culture and mindset.

LÖMI’s solvent debinding systems are available from 15 to 1200 litres of batch-loading volume, from tabletop units to fully automatic systems, and can be extended on a modular basis. This enables customers to increase the productivity while improving their efficiency.

ColdMetalFusion members intend to demonstrate the Alliance’s mission of industrialisation at Formnext 2022, which is scheduled to take place November 15-18 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.



Companies & MarketsNews
September 8, 2022

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