1, need a good gas flow
Metal 3D printing depends on the optimal gas flow, mixture and chemical composition in the 3D printer's interior. Poor gas flow or incorrect gas mixture may result in poor structure. The resulting assembly may lack suitable mechanical properties and have high porosity.
Dayang Acid (TNSC) has teamed up with metal 3D printer developer Optomec to provide high purity gases and gas mixtures to optimize the build chamber. Tadaharu (Ted) Watanabe, General Manager of Global Business Development at TNSC, explains: "Over the years, TNSC has developed proprietary solutions for industrial soldering applications and we are pleased to be excited about the exciting Our 3D printing applications apply our many years of experience in gas quality control and gas flow. "
Watanabe added: "This partnership is an extension of our overall strategy in the additive manufacturing market through investments and partnerships with market-leading suppliers of laser metal deposition tools and metal powder suppliers."
2, with Sintavia's transactions
This partnership is also commercial, which means that research and development between TNSC and Sintavia may be available as part of the future Sintavia system or as part of the Sunnic Acid (TNSC) portfolio . Last year, Sintavia expanded its new facility facility in Florida to supply Honeywell (Honeywell) engineering companies with 3D printed metallic aerospace components.
Brian R. Neff, Sintavia's CEO, said: "Gas flow dynamics are the most important and one of the most overlooked factors that we are working with at TNSC on the optimization of industrial gas flow rates. Look forward to working together to develop and market gas flow solutions that will benefit our mutual customers and lead to superior construction. "http://www.wxytgas.com