Meltio enters partnership with Jupiter Machine Tool and UnionMT for hybrid CNC machine solution

July 10, 2024

Meltio has announced a new partnership with Jupiter Machine Tool and Union MechaTronic (Courtesy Meltio)
Meltio has announced a new partnership with Jupiter Machine Tool and Union MechaTronic (Courtesy Meltio)

Meltio, headquartered in Linares, Spain, has announced a new partnership with Jupiter Machine Tool (JMT), based in Galesburg, Illinois, USA and Union MechaTronic (UMT), in Taichung, Taiwan. The companies have signed an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) agreement for the development and sales of hybrid CNC Machines using Meltio’s wire-laser metal Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology.

JMT offers a range of solutions for the advanced manufacturing industry and provides engineering support, process improvement, quality control, service support, and production equipment to leading manufacturers in the automotive, aerospace, defense, medical, agricultural, transportation, 3C, and mining, sectors among others.

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“The creation of a global partnership of Jupiter Machine Tool, Meltio, and UnionMT, located on three continents is extraordinary and exciting. Our tri-cultural synergy blended with diverse global technology results in the design and manufacture of three- and five-axis additive-subtractive CNC machine systems,” stated Ray Whitehead, CEO of Jupiter Machine Tool.

This new collaboration with Meltio allows the introduction of the Meltio Engine CNC Integration into a Jupiter Machine Tool portfolio to install a metal additive manufacturing solution in several industries.

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The Meltio Engine CNC Integration can produce complex metal parts from wire feedstock. The ability to produce parts from wire is said to make its operation and material handling clean, as well as ensuring 100% material efficiency.

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