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FIT Additive Manufacturing Group has acquired a Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) machine from Quintus Technologies, a Swedish high pressure technology expert.
The HIP machine will ensure that after post-processing, 3D printed metal parts pass the quality assurance tests as smoothly as possible.
Carl - Fruth - CEO - FIT - AG
Carl Fruth, CEO FIT AG, explained, “We have evaluated the requirements of 250 international industrial customers for five years, and HIP turned out as an answer to many quality issues. The results that can be achieved by combining AM and HPHT are highly encouraging. It’s beyond all question that our customers will benefit strongly by this partnership.”
“I EVEN THINK THAT ALL ADDITIVE SERIAL MANUFACTURING WILL EXPERIENCE A BIG BOOST WHEN INTEGRATING HPHT AS A POST-PROCESSING SERVICE”
Bavaria - Fruth - Innovative - Technologien - FIT
Based in Bavaria, Fruth Innovative Technologien (FIT) was founded in 1995, by Carl Fruth, a former application Engineer at EOS. FIT is also the former parent company of Netfabb, a 3D printing software now owned by Autodesk.
Including Germany, FIT has operations in four countries, U.S, Japan, Romania, and Russia, where FIT also founded the company FITNIK, a collaboration with the Russian aerospace engineering company NIK Ltd.
FIT - Printing - Machines - Manufacturers - EOS
FIT largely specializes in metal 3D printing and has machines from industrial manufacturers like, EOS, SLM Solution, Arcam AB, Voxeljet, and Sintermask, which was acquired by FIT in 2008.
FIT’s Additive Manufacturing Centre. Photo via FIT.
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