The future of manufacturing is here. Titanium Additive Manufacturing (AM) opens the door for creations and designs that could not previously be imagined. Take advantage of the new possibilities and pathways to explore through Zenith Tecnica's collaborative contract manufacturing services.
We take your ideas and turn them into a reality using cutting-edge technology and world-leading expertise.
Zenith Tecnica has put New Zealand on the global metal additive map. As an early adopter of Arcam EBM machines, the team has built a deep understanding of our technology that is second to none. It is no surprise therefore that this technical knowledge and engineering expertise is increasingly being sought out from customers around the world.
The team at Zenith Tecnica operates as an extension of Maxar’s team, and they always go the extra mile to ensure parts are delivered to a high standard of quality. Gina Gigglier, Additive Manufacturing Technology Manager, “Maxar. “Zenith Tecnica has been with us since the first metal additive manufacturing programs at Maxar and has performed a critical role in helping define and qualify these production processes.
Working with Zenith Tecnica was a breeze. They were easy to deal with and willing to try new ideas and offer solutions that others wouldn't. We were in constant communication the entire time. It was the whole package! Quality, speed, and communication. If you are looking for lightweight solutions for complicated components? Zenith Tecnica can deliver.
EBM (Electron Beam Melting) is a powerful and unique form of metal additive manufacturing. Paired with Titanium, EBM enables incredibly productive builds of strong, light and immediately stress-relieved parts. As a powder-bed fusion process, we only use the material required. Meaning with our strong powder recovery and recycling system in place, we remain a sustainable option for manufacturing.
Suitable for a plethora of worldwide industry applications, EBM allows for tall, and thin-walled components, the use of strong and lightweight materials (Ti6Al4V) and a productive build environment through the ability to stack parts throughout the entire available volume.
Critical components for communication satellites and space robotics applications
Leading-edge yacht and bespoke marine applications
Innovative medical and veterinary implant/devices
Rapid prototyping and production of one-off or batch components