Titomic teams up with SRT to promote its TKF technology in India

Image Credit: www.titomic.com

Australian metal additive manufacturing specialist Titomic Limited has partnered with India-based Shree Rapid Technologies (SRT) to market and sell its Titomic Kinetic Fusion (TKF) capabilities in Indian manufacturing industries.

Founded in 2007, SRT collaborates with global companies such as Zeiss, GOM, 3D Systems, Markforged, 3D Ceram, Fronius and Materialise and is the premier supplier of additive manufacturing technology in India.

Under the agreement, SRT will use its extensive sales and marketing reach as well as industry and market expertise in India to promote Titomic’s TKF technology.

Norbert Schulze, Interim CEO of Titomic, said the agreement will fill an important performance gap in the Indian additive manufacturing sector overcoming the current 3D printing production process and materials limitations.

“We are excited about the possibility to enter the hightech Indian market with our TKF technology through SRT,” Mr Schulze said.

“Banking on their experience in the market and the successes of SRT in India makes us optimistic that the relationship is another important step in spreading TKF technology across the globe for the benefit of our customers.”

SRT co-founder Nitin Chaudhari said the company’s agreement with Titomic will enable products manufactured with TKF technology to meet stringent military requirements, including performance in temperature extremes, robustness, and durability under very demanding operating environments.

“Titomic is a leading company with proven reliability in metal additive manufacturing so, having them on board with us, is of great advantage to boost our aim of being the sole provider of end-to-end solutions in the Indian additive manufacturing industry,” Mr Chaudhari concluded.

Image Credit: <a href=”https://www.titomic.com/”>www.titomic.com</a>
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