Morf3D expands AM capacity with four new EOS M400-4 machines

February 19, 2021

Morf3D has added four EOS M400-4 AM machines to its workflow, bringing its total capacity to fifteen machines (Courtesy Morf3D)

Morf3D, an end-to-end provider of AM solutions located in El Segundo, California, USA, has acquired four additional quad-laser EOS M400-4 Additive Manufacturing machines, building on an announced agreement with AMCM GmbH, an EOS Group company based in Starnberg, Germany.

This most recent purchase adds to the company’s eleven-strong stable of EOS Laser Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) machines; of the total fifteen, eleven are the large format M400 series. Morf3D hopes this addition will better position the company as a leader for critical aerospace application production.

“Our focus is scaling our current capacity and expanding our capabilities to meet customer demand for Morf3D’s consistent brand of solutioning,” stated Ivan Madera, Morf3D’s CEO. “Our commitment to additive excellence, attention to detail, and an unmatched quality system of work has fueled our continued growth. The best is yet to come.”

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