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3D Printing Provides Innovation for Nearly Century Old Manufacturer

3D Printing Provides Innovation for Nearly Century Old Manufacturer

Written by David

July 16, 2020

As we have covered in recent months, COVID-19 played a pivotal role putting additive manufacturing on the map for manufacturers who otherwise had not taken its potential role seriously. For those willing to explore, additive has been enabled companies to speed up the prototyping process, enabled manufactures to build tooling without traditional delays. Of course, the true wins occur when the maturing technology enables meaningful innovations. And, true innovation often comes from the places you least expect.


Case in point: For more than 90 years, John Zink Hamworthy Combustion has operated on the outskirts of Tulsa, Oklahoma, building emissions control and clean air combustion systems, which production facilities around the world depend on to meet or exceed emissions standards. The company custom engineers burners, gas recovery and vapor control systems for a wide variety of energy, petrochemical and manufacturing customers.John Zink is a globally recognized leader in this space, […]


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