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umati has new partner Solukon

By 13.04.2021May 5th, 2021Partner News

Solukon is now part of the umati community.


What expect­a­tions do you have of umati, what do you expect from the partnership?

“Con­nectiv­ity of dif­fer­ent machines and con­sist­ent data col­lec­tion and eval­u­ation are the greatest chal­lenges in addit­ive man­u­fac­tur­ing at the moment. We expect lively exchange with experts of oth­er engin­eer­ing com­pan­ies and are pleased to share our know-how with­in the umati net­work. Togeth­er we want to take the next steps towards a true “plug and play” between the sys­tems, which means a con­sist­ent net­work­ing of machines regard­less of the soft­ware or IT system”says Andreas Hart­mann, CEO and CTO of Solukon.

What advant­ages does umati offer your com­pany and your customers?

Digit­al integ­ra­tion and data-based qual­ity val­id­a­tion of clean­ing pro­cesses are main issues for our cus­tom­ers. There­fore, Solukon recently launched the Digit­al Fact­ory Tool. By join­ing umati Solukon is demon­strat­ing its cus­tom­ers a true will­ing­ness to push the digit­al machine integ­ra­tion for­ward –even bey­ond its own product, the Digit­al Fact­ory Tool. We under­stand umati not only as a mar­ket­ing tool but as a unique oppor­tun­ity for net­work­ing and know­ledge exchange.

How do you eval­u­ate the expan­sion of the Umati ini­ti­at­ive to the entire mech­an­ic­al engin­eer­ing industry?

We rate this very pos­it­ive. Includ­ing all divi­sions of engin­eer­ing enables more “out of the box”-thinking.


About Solukon

Solukon Maschinen­bauGmbH is a Ger­man high-qual­ity sup­pli­er of powder remov­al and pro­cessing sys­tems for met­al and poly­mer addit­ive man­u­fac­tur­ing. Foun­ded in 2015, the com­pany, loc­ated in Augs­burg, has extens­ive exper­i­ence in the devel­op­ment of AM sys­tems and related peri­pher­al equip­ment, and offers a full range of indus­tri­al powder pro­cessing sys­tems. Solukon products meet the highest func­tion­al­ity and safety stand­ards and are approved for safe and reli­able remov­al of tough-to-handle and react­ive mater­i­als such as titani­um and alu­min­um. Solukon is present on four con­tin­ents. The sys­tems are trus­ted by lead­ing man­u­fac­tures of 3d-print­ing sys­tems like AMCM, SLM Solu­tions and EOS, by insti­tu­tions like NASA and CERN as well as by com­pan­ies like Siemens and Ariane Group