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DORST TECHNOLOGIES and 3D CERAM-SINTO establish a sales and development partnership

Date: 2018-11-19
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DORST TECHNOLOGIES and 3D CERAM-SINTO establish a sales and development partnership

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Partners to boost innovation – this is the title of the cooperation initiated by DORST TECHNOLOGIES and the French company 3D CERAM-SINTO, Limoges, with the aim of marketing and developing additive manufacturing technology for technical ceramics.

DORST TECHNOLOGIES and 3D CERAM-SINTO establish a sales and development partnership

 

3D CERAM-SINTO is one of the pioneers of additive printing technology for components made of technical ceramics and has extensive knowledge in terms of the process and the materials used in this field.

For DORST TECHNOLOGIES, being a specialist in the forming of metal powder and ceramics, these new generative methods represent a future-oriented expansion of the already existing range of products in the area of powder pressing and casting.

The ongoing digitalization both of industrial manufacturing and among service providers pose a major challenge to manufacturers and suppliers. Thus, the strategic partnership between these innovative companies will open up new horizons for a wide industrial use of the digital and generative manufacturing of technical ceramics.

The new German-French cooperation of DORST TECHNOLOGIES and 3D CERAM-SINTO was officially announced at the CERAMITEC 2018 in Munich.


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