Sinterex uses 3D Printing technology to produce critical parts for industrial applications. Additive Manufacturing is creating a new paradigm for those designing and ordering parts. Lead times can be slashed from weeks to days. Designs can be organic with internal structures. Weight can be saved through optimised design and lattices.
Sinterex has been leading the way with the use of industrial 3D Printing for the production of complex and critical parts. With global supply chains becoming increasingly stretched and unpredictable, 3D Printing is becoming a genuine alternative for companies who are looking to procure lower volumes of higher complexity parts.
In the future, not only will companies use 3D Printing to produce parts, but these parts will be digitally stored, in e-inventory format, to be produced On-Demand as and when required. This revolutionary development will enable companies to free up cash that is currently allocated to stock and instead invest it in projects which can drive revenue growth.