Azoth transforms spare part supply chain with RIZE 3D printing on demand

“We have a void in our supply chain and we really see additive manufacturing helping to fill that void.”

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Following the formation of a partnership last June, PSMI (Production Services Management Inc.) has revealed how it’s reducing lead times by up to eight weeks and part costs by up to 98% with RIZE 3D printing technology.

Recognising the growth tooling applications within the additive manufacturing industry, PSMI created a wholly-owned subsidiary, Azoth, to provide on-site AM solutions through “digital tool cribs” for prototype tooling, gaging, fixtures and more.

“We have a void in our supply chain and we really see additive manufacturing helping to fill that void,” said Scott Burk, President of PSMI. “The void exists for customers that need special one-off parts that the traditional tool and die shop would charge a lot of money for because they need to strip down and rebuild a machine to make those parts. Those usually take six to eight weeks or more in lead time, and the price is usually exorbitant.”

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