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AXT brings AMAZEMET’s metal 3D printing to Australia

AMAZEMET has successfully transferred ultrasonic atomization technology into state-of-the-art devices

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AXT, one of Australia’s leading suppliers of high-technology scientific equipment for sample preparation and analysis for academic and industrial applications, has entered a distribution partnership with AMAZEMET. Founded in 2019, AMAZEMET designs and manufactures metal additive manufacturing systems, with products supporting everything from R&D to small-scale industrial scale production.

AMAZEMET is a spin-off of the Warsaw University of Technology, and has successfully transferred ultrasonic atomization technology, along with expertise in automated support removal and post-3D printing heat treatment, into state-of-the-art devices that are part of its portfolio – with systems now in action at institutions all over the world.

AMAZEMET’s flagship system – rePowder – is a fully customizable, modular designed system optimized to economically produce small quantities of highly spherical metal powders with narrow size distributions and free-flowing characteristics. Using ultrasonic atomization, rePowder can produce powders from virtually any feedstock, including recycled materials, much more cost-effectively and efficiently compared to gas atomization. This makes it ideal for R&D where one might be trying to optimize or experiment with a specific powder composition, or only require a small quantity of powder for a particular job.

The company’s other products, safeEtch and inFurner, were designed to support metal 3D printing post-processing. safeEtch is a system that uses a patented chemical solution to remove supports from metal prints – quickly and easily – producing a high-quality polished surface. inFurner is a compact vacuum furnace suited to the post-heat treatment of 3D printed metal parts as well as the heat treatment of other materials requiring a controlled atmosphere.

“We are currently experiencing rapid growth with systems being installed all around the world. It made sense for us to look at the Australian market and we are proud to partner with AXT on this journey which I am sure will yield results in the short term,” said Łukasz Żrodowski, CEO of AMAZEMET.

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