Indurate Alloys Joins Canada Makes!


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We are excited to welcome Indurate Alloys Ltd to the Canada Makes community! Headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta and founded in 2011 by Lorne Chrystal with a focus on thermal spray, welded coatings, and an emphasis on tungsten carbide wear solutions they are excited to connect with the Canadian AM network. The company is now a leading supplier of thermal spray powders, wires, materials and systems for hard facing with Plasma Transferred Arc, HVOF, Plasma Spray, Spray and Fuse, Arc Spray and Spray Welder materials.

Indurate Alloy’s is the Canadian distributor of ATO 3D Lab - Metal Powder Atomizers and 2CREATE 3D Metal Printers. These machines produce high-quality, low-cost custom metal powders. Technology users are able to develop, test and characterize the next key metal powders in additive manufacturing. ATO machines can process a wide range of alloys, both reactive and non-reactive, such as steel, aluminum, titanium and many more – even highly specialized. In bringing this technology to Canada, Indurate is ensuring Canadian companies can produce high-quality, low-cost metal powers available for both commercial and research needs.

Most recently, Indurate Alloys has secured an exclusive partnership with Farsoon Technologies, making them the first and only Canadian distributor of their industrial-grade additive manufacturing (AM) machines. With the adoption of Farsoon and ATO Lab technology, Indurate Alloy’s is excited to connect with the Canadian AM network and propel additive manufacturing here in Canada. Head over to the Network Portal to explore their products and learn more.

 Want to learn more about Indurate Alloy’s? Head over to their website, LinkedIn or Network portal to get to know the newest members of our community.