Meltio Exceeds 300 Systems Sold and Covers the Needs of Manufacturing and Repairing Industrial Metal Parts With Its Unique Wire- Laser Metal 3D Printing Technology



Meltio, a disruptive wire-laser metal deposition technology manufacturer, is in luck time. Why ? The Spanish multinational dedicated to the development of its unique and patented wire-laser metal 3D printing technology for the worldwide sector has just celebrated a very remarkable ephemeris: Meltio has exceeded 300 systems sold worldwide.

The mission of the metal AM company is to provide to the all industries around the world the ultimate wire-laser metal additive manufacturing unique technology developed by Meltio to create and repair reliable and high dense metal parts (stainless steels, titanium, nickel, inconel and many other materials). 

Meltio is revolutionizing the way of manufacturing and repairing metal parts achieving very reliable results and extraordinarily dense parts with our additive manufacturing technology. Industries such as automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, mining, research centers, universities and others in more than 60 countries already enjoy Meltio’s solutions.

Ángel Llavero, CEO of Meltio, says: “This milestone of exceeding 300 Meltio systems sold worldwide confirms that the industry is embracing our metal 3D printing solutions for manufacturing and repairing metal parts. It is a recognition of the efforts of the entire Meltio team and a confirmation that we are on the right path of innovation to offer the market new Meltio solutions that respond to their production needs, flexibility and reliability in industrial manufacturing processes”.

At Meltio we are covering the needs of industries around the world in their quest for cost reduction and increased reliability in their manufacturing processes. With the installation and adoption of Meltio’s metal AM solutions, industries gain in flexibility and automation of their industrial processes by being able to repair and manufacture metal parts in a user-friendly environment and with availability and access to our technology 7/7 24 hours a day, a great leap from conventional manufacturing processes.

The metal AM systems and software soltuons offer to the industrial worldwide market are:

Please check here the Material range and high density metal parts of 99,998%.

Meltio at Formnext 2023

To promote the benefits of local manufacturing and the huge Meltio wire-laser metal 3D printing solutions, the Spanish OEM will be present at Formnext 2023 in Frankfurt (Germany). You can join us at Hall 12.0 Meltio Booth C101 where the newly launched Meltio Robot Cell will be up and running, and it will be  printing metal parts with a robotic arm inside this cell, the Meltio M450 metal 3D printer and new metal parts printed in different materials for industrial applications, such as automotive, aerospace, mining, oil & gas, defense and other industries.

About Meltio:

Meltio takes metal additive manufacturing to the next level by developing and manufacturing high-performance, affordable, and easy-to-use metal 3D printing solutions using wire-laser metal deposition (LMD) technology. The company’s mission is to delight customers, partners, and employees by pioneering the development of affordable metal 3D printing systems that are reliable, safe, and powerful, continually reinforcing their status as disruptors. Meltio, based in Linares (Spain), develops and fabricates high-quality disruptive products aimed at high-profile industrial end customers and R&D organizations, such as universities and research-oriented companies. The current portfolio of metal solutions includes the Meltio M450 metal 3D printer, the Meltio Engine CNC Integration, which turns virtually any CNC machine into a powerful hybrid manufacturing center, and the Meltio Engine Robot Integration, which is the perfect platform for large and complex 3D printing, repair, cladding, and feature addition. The company’s latest product launch, Meltio Robot Cell is an affordable turn-key solution for the Meltio Engine Robot Integration. All of the systems share the same patented LMD-based (a type of Directed Energy Deposition (DED) process) process capable of manufacturing parts using commodity welding wire.

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