Sintavia acquires two additional M400-4 AM machines from EOS GmbH

September 29, 2020

Two of Sintavia’s M400 AM machines at its advanced manufacturing facility in Hollywood (Courtesy Sintavia LLC)

Sintavia LLC, Hollywood, Florida, USA, has acquired two additional M400-4 quad laser Additive Manufacturing machines from EOS GmbH, headquartered in Krailling, Germany. 

Delivered in September, the company now operates eight M400 machines, making a total of twenty-one industrial metal AM machines overall. The purchases follow the company’s recent acquisition of an additional Arcam Q20+ electron beam AM machine from GE Additive. 

Sintavia states that it expects to add an additional six to eight large, industrial Additive Manufacturing machines by the end of 2021, and eight to ten in 2022.

“As we have grown over the past several years, we have shied away from issuing press releases when we acquire new equipment,” commented Brian Neff, Sintavia’s CEO. “In a normal year, these announcements are kind of boring. However, this is an unusual year, and we feel it is important to let the industry know that demand for aerospace Additive Manufacturing is booming.”

Neff added, “The global pandemic has turned the traditional aerospace supply chain on its head, creating real opportunities for companies like Sintavia to offer high precision solutions to OEMs worldwide, and this trend underpins our announcement today. The EOS M400-4 is the workhorse of our factory, and we continue to see great results with it.”

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