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Sintavia, a Florida-based metal 3D printing service, has signed a term sheet with Texas-headquartered metal alloys specialist, Howco, to advance additive manufacturing in the oil and gas sector.
Brian Neff, Chairman and CEO of Sintavia, said, “Many of the proprietary additive manufacturing processes that Sintavia has developed for the Aerospace & Defense industry apply equally to the Oil & Gas industry”
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“WE ARE EXCITED TO WORK WITH HOWCO TO DELIVER THE ECONOMIC AND TECHNICAL BENEFITS OF AM TO OUR JOINT CUSTOMERS IN THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY.”
Brian Neff, CEO of Sintavia with David Preston, Howco Group’s Executive Vice President. Image via Sintavia.
Sintavia - Printing - Expert - Facility - Florida
Founded in 2012, Sintavia is a metal 3D printing expert. At its facility in Florida, Sintavia has powder bed fusion 3D printers from Concept Laser, SLM Solutions, and EOS, which are used to serve customers in the aerospace, automotive, and oil & gas sector. In addition to manufacturing, Sintavia also has a materials lab where metal powder is characterized and tested.
Sintavia has AS9100, ISO17025, and ANAB accreditations and uses blue light scanners and CT scanners from manufacturers including Nikon to test and qualify parts. Sintavia’s post-processing capabilities also include hot isostatic press (HIP) machines.
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