Provider of 3D Printing solutions, Dynamism has opened its latest additive manufacturing (AM) showroom, at the Azoth AM facility, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The showroom features an array of devices from desktop 3D printers to metal, SLS, and ultra-fast industrial 3D printers.
Azoth is a member of the EWIE Group of Companies (EGC), a family of brands that specialize in reducing the operating expense and improving the efficiency of manufacturing plants around the world. The company’s goal is to transform the physical inventory of these facilities into digital inventory printed on demand.
The company builds expertise in the manufacture of precision metal parts through binder jetting technology. Furthermore, with its polymer AM offering, Azoth can now produce almost all components that were previously traditionally manufactured components (e.g. jigs, fixtures, end of arm tooling, gripper fingers, and other blueprint details that are commonly found on shop floors.).
The member of the EWIE Group of Companies is well positioned to help its customers identify AM opportunities and implement their own digital inventory.
This collaboration with Dynamism will enable both companies to reduce operating costs an improve production efficiencies.
“For companies leading the transformation to digital manufacturing, seeing the most innovative 3D printers operating side-by-side is an invaluable experience,” Tim Ruffner, Vice-President of Enterprise Solutions at Dynamism said. “We’re so pleased to be working with Azoth 3D, a leader in helping some of the world’s largest manufacturers transition to on-demand factory parts and toolings.”
“Azoth is focused on implementing a new inventory management model that we call TOMO^TM (Take One Make One). We are able to transform customer inventory into digital libraries of parts ready to be printed on demand.” Cody Cochran, Key Account Manager at Azoth said, “Through our manufacturing expertise, we ensure that quality end-use parts are manufactured every time and that it is ready for the shop floor. TOMO is more than 3D printing parts, TOMO is a lean manufacturing process focused on quality and reducing operating costs.”
Image credit: Dynamism. Cody Cochran, Key Account Manager at Azoth (left), and Douglas Krone, Dynamism CEO (right), pose in Dynamism’s new 3D printer showroom located at Azoth headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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