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Considering 3D Printing for valves and industrial flow control?

Considering 3D Printing for valves and industrial flow control? 1 AUGUST 2019

On 19 to 20 June 2019, 3D Metalforge exhibited at the Valve World Americas (VWA) exhibition at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. The 3D printed valve components on display gave visitors an idea of the different applications that can be used to benefit various aspects of industrial flow control.

As our company submitted a technical paper on our AM know-how in the event’s Call for Paper exercise earlier this year, we were invited to speak at the concurrent VWA conference.  Representing 3D Metalforge was our Business Development Director Mr Enoch Lim, who presented on solutions and case studies on Additive Manufacturing for the Valve industry. Featured under the “New Technologies” specialist track, Enoch spoke to over 100 industry experts who were keen to learn about how 3D printing can help in raising the bar for latest valve application and technologies.

If you would like to know more about leveraging AM for valves and industrial flow control, do not hesitate to contact us for more information! We will be most happy to customize a cost-effective and innovative solution for your specialist valve needs.

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