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Fusor Tech acquires MetalFAB1 System to produce oil & gas spare parts

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Fusor Tech and Additive Industries have joined forces to develop the market of digital spares in the oil, gas and petrochemical sectors, initially focusing the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

With the purchase of this first MetalFAB1 System, Fusor Tech will benefit from its build size, modularity, speed, automation and flexibility to manufacture the many different types of metallic components that are fundamental to operations in these sectors.

“The worldwide transition from global to regional manufacture, to recoup in-country value, has presented a fantastic opportunity to us; to bring our AM business to each country in the Middle East. We are excited about the MetalFAB1, a mature platform that will allow our engineers to quickly solve our customers’ problems,” says Mr. Khalil, Director and Co-Founder of Fusor Tech.

“Additive Industries has invented the AM equivalent of a pallet changer which has enabled us to easily integrate it into our flexible machine line.” says Mr. Newby, Director and Co-Founder of Fusor Tech

“To engage with Fusor Tech is an exciting development for our company and we are looking forward to open up this geographical market and further explore the vertical market of Oil and Gas”, added Mark Vaes, CEO and CTO of Additive Industries.

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