Brusat named Meltio’s official Taiwan sales partner

Companies & MarketsNews
November 29, 2023

November 29, 2023

Meltio’s technology uses welding wire as a feedstock (Courtesy Meltio)
Meltio’s technology uses welding wire as a feedstock (Courtesy Meltio)

Meltio, headquartered in Linares, Spain, has announced that Brusat Co Ltd, based in Taichung City, Taiwan, has been named Meltio’s official sales partner in the Taiwanese market.

Meltio’s Additive Manufacturing systems incorporate a wire-based laser Directed Energy Deposition (DED) process – which the company refers to as Laser Metal Deposition (LMD). The technology, using welding wire as a feedstock, is said to be safe, clean and affordable.

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“This new partnership represents a major leap forward in the evolution of Additive Manufacturing technology in Taiwan,” stated Bruce Lin, founder of Brusat. “Taking the [wire-based] LMD technology from Meltio and integrating the system with the already well-developed machining equipment from Taiwan should draw a significant amount of interest from various industries.”

Antonio Antonaya, APAC Sales Manager at Meltio added, “We are thrilled to be working with companies like Brusat as their expertise as well as customer-centric approach are exactly what we are looking for when incorporating partners in the Meltio partner ecosystem. With this partnership with Brusat, we are responding to the increasing demand of many industries there about our unique wire-laser metal 3D printing solutions in Taiwan. Together, we will be able to cater to the ever-growing needs of the Taiwan Brusat customer base and ease the adoption of metal Additive Manufacturing.”

www.meltio3d.com

www.brusat.tech

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