MTI has been precision machining, deep draw forming, forging and fabricating in C-103 for years. “This project began in January, 2014 when we decided to pursue additive manufacturing as an additional capability to our operations. It’s a natural evolution of our work with C-103, to provide customers quicker delivery and more complex geometries” said Steve Smith, MTI’s Director of Sales & Marketing.
MTI will display an overview of its capabilities at the AIAA Propulsion and Energy Conference in Cleveland, Ohio from July 28-30. Stop by booth number 609 to discuss all of the developments at MTI and how the company can partner in your propulsion development projects.
MTI serves the Aerospace, Defense, High-Energy Physics, Medical, Semiconductor, Thin Film, Glass, Chemical Process and Scientific Industries.
About MTI: With more than forty years’ experience applying innovative, proprietary technologies, Metal Technology (MTI) is making possible the use of difficult alloys for a wider range of applications with greater efficiency, versatility, and reliability. Alloys include Tantalum, Niobium, Zirconium, Titanium, Tungsten, Nickel, Inconel, Molybdenum, and Vanadium. MTI uses specialized additive manufacturing, deep-draw, spinning, forging, machining, EDM, and fabrication methods to deliver superior products according to your exacting specifications. MTI produces components for ion source components, targets, seamless crucibles, explosively formed penetrators, tubing and vessels as well as custom parts that go beyond common configurations. Visit the company’s website to learn more: www.mtialbany.com