MIM plus joins Cold Metal Fusion Alliance


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MIM plus Technologies, Ispringen, Germany, has joined the Cold Metal Fusion Alliance, an association of industry leaders with experience in Additive Manufacturing, sintering and tradditional industrial manufacturing, which aims to provide services to customers in the metal manufacturing industry.

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As a ColdMetalFusion Service Hub, MIMplus offers a ‘full service’ to its customers, from development through to series production. Having set up a ColdMetalFusion factory line in their headquarters, which totals a production area of 15,000 m2, MIM plus services a variety of industries from the automotive sector to medical technology, mechanical engineering, precision engineering, electronics, jewellery to aerospace.

Harald Böck, CEO of MIMplus, stated, “Our machine park and process understanding guarantees a constantly high level of process stability and reliability, as we have been utilising industrialised sintering machines from industry leaders like LÖMI, Carbolite Gero and other ColdMetalFusion members for many years with other PM technologies, allowing customers to be sure of repeatability and part quality now also with metal AM, by adding [Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion] technology with a track record of over thirty years.”

The Cold Metal Fusion Alliance anticipates future success by bringing together different players in the supply chain of this market, connecting customers and prospects to trusted suppliers within the organisation.

Cold Metal Fusion members intend to demonstrate the alliance’s goal of industrialisation at Formnext 2022, scheduled to take place November 15-18 in Frankfurt, Germany.

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