Sigma Additive Solutions’ OEM Partner Network joined by amace Solutions

July 14, 2022

Sigma Additive Solutions, headquartered in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, has announced in collaboration with Sigma’s partner in India, Excel3D, that amace Solutions Pvt. Ltd., also based in India, has agreed to join the Sigma OEM Partner Network. The company is the Additive Manufacturing division of Ace Micromatic Group (AMG), reportedly the largest machine tool conglomerate in India.

As an OEM Partner, amace will integrate Sigma’s PrintRite3D® monitoring and analytics technology into its STLR® Series of production-ready machines to support its customers with real-time quality monitoring and analytics. The agreement begins with multi-unit sales to support both internal future development and customer deployment. The Sigma and amace engineering teams will work closely together to build initial workflows around the qualification of parts and create a knowledge base of materials, processes and best practices.

Jacob Brunsberg, president and CEO of Sigma Additive Solutions, stated, “Coming out of the largest machine tool conglomerate in India, amace is a quality addition to the Sigma OEM network family. We have a great deal of respect for their approach to technology and additive production. Most important, the team at amace shares our passion to improve the machine, process and part health, while enabling cost-effective, high-volume production. The fact that amace utilises the Materialise Control Platform (MCP) is also a plus given our recent announcement that we are working with Materialise to allow users to identify and correct metal build issues in real-time via a closed-loop control process.”

Dr Vishwas R Puttige, amace Solutions head of business, stated, “Sigma is the industry leader in Additive Manufacturing quality monitoring and analytics. We anticipate future success in offering a combined solution that will benefit key industries like aerospace, defence, medical, industrial, and automotive. We look forward to partnering with the Sigma team to accelerate Additive Manufacturing production scalability.”

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