Since its establishment in 2014, the team at Zenith Tecnica, based on the North Shore of Auckland, has quickly developed a reputation for being some of the most disruptive, innovative thinkers in the metal additive industry – creating with a range of applications that push the boundaries of 3D printing technology.
Bruno Le Razer probably has the coolest name in 3D printing. He definitely has a lot of 3D printing experience. He has done years of 3D printing research followed by hands-on work in industrializing metal 3D printed parts, machine maintenance and training operators and application development people.
Leader in titanium additive manufacturing Zenith Tecnica at Space Tech Expo 2019
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Commercial airline Air New Zealand has partnered with Zenith Tecnica, Auckland, New Zealand, to investigate the production of metal additively manufactured for aircraft and tools.