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CI Partners with Multiax America for Turn-Key 3D Printing

Cincinnati Incorporated (CI), a U.S.-based, build-to-order machine tool manufacturer, has partnered with Multiax America, a custom designer of CNC machining centers. The partnership will allow each company to offer needed products in the additive manufacturing (AM) space.

"In AM, parts almost always have to be machined after they are 3D printed," said a spokesperson. "This secondary machining process gets the part to its final dimension and smooths the surface. Whether it is a mold or a trim fixture, in the aerospace or automotive or marine industry, chances are the part requires follow-up machining. Multiax America now offers CI's Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) machine, and CI in turn now offers the Multiax line of 5-axis routers. The result is a turn-key solution for customers that saves them time and opens them up to the service and support of two expert manufacturing companies."

"Because an overwhelming majority of BAAM-printed parts require secondary machining, we have had a goal to partner with a leading CNC machine manufacturer for some time," said Alex Riestenberg, AM Product Manager at CI. "Multiax is that manufacturer. Our open-book relationship will make both of us stronger, and it will ultimately better serve the customer."

The applications that see the most success with the BAAM machine are tooling and molds for the aerospace, marine and automotive industries. "One hundred percent of those applications require CNC machining, and Multiax machines are perfectly suited for those operations. Our partnership with CI allows us to offer customers one of the finest 3D printing systems in the market today. We believe CI will have a similar advance with their customers and our Multiax CNC router systems," said Ed Gauthier, CEO of Multiax America.

A Multiax P Series moving bridge machine will live alongside the BAAM machine at the CI showroom in southwest Ohio, giving customers a look at how beneficial an additive turn-key can be. "The partnership will let both companies expand our customer bases and provide high throughput 3D/AM production systems for the emerging advanced manufacturing sector," said Joe Bockrath, Strategic Sales & Marketing Specialist at Multiax America.

For more information contact:

Cincinnati Incorporated

7420 Kilby Road

Harrison, OH 45030-8915


Multiax America

3000 Remico St. SW

Grandville, MI 49418


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