Triditive partners with MIM specialist Ecrimesa on debinding & sintering for metal AM

December 10, 2018

Triditive, Gijón, Spain, a manufacturer of the automated industrial metal Additive Manufacturing system AMCell and founding partner of the Scaladd AM Centre, has announced a strategic partnership with Ecrimesa Group, Santander, Spain, a manufacturer of steel and aluminium parts by Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) and investment casting.

As part of the strategic partnership, Mimecrisa, an Ecrimesa Group company, will support Scaladd in the post-processing of metal parts, providing debinding and sintering services through its three continuous debinding and sintering production lines, as well as two batch production lines with a total production capacity in excess of three-hundred tons per year.

“This collaboration with Ecrimesa will extend the potential market for the MIM industry and will guarantee the possibility to provide the industry our high level of metal production with the highest quality guaranteed by Mimecrisa,” stated Mariel Díaz Castro, Triditive CEO. “We look forward to future developments of metallic alloys suitable for AM with the metallurgical laboratory of the Ecrimesa Group.”

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