DELTA H Commissions Dual Chamber Aerospace Heat Treating (DCAHT™) System to Sintavia for Additive Manufacturing (AM)
It is rather ironic that just yesterday we had a news item about how Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) was not benefitting North American furnace manufacturers to any great degree as this press release talks about a furnace being provided to the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry. Obviously there are some furnaces being built for this industry but we stand by our comments of yesterday-that this is the exception rather than the rule.
“DELTA H is honored to contribute to the additive manufacturing (AM) industry by providing global leader Sintavia with a Dual Chamber Aerospace Heat Treating (DCAHT™) system. Sintavia, located in Hollywood, Florida, provides advanced manufacturing for critical industries such as Aerospace & Defense, Oil & Natural Gas, and Industrial Gas Turbomachinery. Sintavia is the first independent manufacturer of its kind to offer a vertically integrated, end-to-end metal additive manufacturing production process that meets aerospace production quality standards. Sintavia president, Doug Hedges, adds “The DCAHT™ is a great addition to our machine fleet in our new facility. We are impressed with its performance and complex capabilities such as quenching to our customer specifications. We look forward to meeting the furnacing needs of our customers with this advanced system.”