Metal Technology Adds Additive Manufacturing to Product Offerings

Will offer 17-4 stainless steel, titanium, Inconel and molybdenum metals for production.

Metal Technology (MTI) has purchased a ProX 300 Direct Metal Sintering (DMS) 3D printer. A specialist in reactive metal manufacturing, this procurement allows MTI to provide metal additive manufacturing to its clients in the aerospace, defense and scientific industries.

Installed in March, MTI will offer 17-4 stainless steel, titanium, Inconel, molybdenum for printing.

“The ProX 300 is a complementary technology to our existing deep draw and precision machining capability and will allow us to offer an even broader range of unique solutions to our customers,” says Gary Cosmer, CEO of Metal Technology. “We intend to leverage our experience working with exotic reactive and refractory metals for over forty years to create additive manufacturing parameters that will allow us to offer significant cost, weight, and time savings for a number of our customer projects.”

For more information, visit Metal Technology.

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