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Sintavia announces its largest capacity expansion since 2019

Sintavia has announced the largest expansion of its facilities and technology capabilities since 2019. This strategic $25 million investment will significantly expand the manufacturing footprint and integrate state-of-the-art printing and post-processing technologies and testing equipment.

“Looking into the next few years, it is clear to us that we need to make the investments today that will support the demand from our customers tomorrow,” said Brian Neff, Sintavia’s Founder and CEO. “As the world’s first truly all-digital aerospace component supplier, Sintavia is in a unique position to push the boundaries of what is possible in terms of designing and manufacturing next generation aerospace components along a single, fully digital thread. But to do that, you need first to have the right facilities, hardware, and software in place. That is what we are doing today in support of our customers and their critical programs.”

The focus of the expansion is the ongoing development and production of high-performance thermodynamic components, in particular heat exchangers for the aerospace industry. Sintavia’s heat exchangers, which are based on innovative additive manufacturing processes, are characterized by increased heat dissipation compared to traditional models.

As part of the expansion, Sintavia has signed a long-term lease for an additional 25,000 square feet of manufacturing space adjacent to its existing headquarters. This space will be used for printing processes, post-processing and material testing.

The new acquisitions include Sintavia’s second SLM NXG XII 600 printer, various large format post-processing equipment and a wide range of testing equipment to ensure the quality and reliability of the components produced.

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