Multistation becomes a distributor of Xerion’s Fusion Factory

April 6, 2021

Multistation will be a distributor for Xerion’s Fusion Factory system in France and North Africa (Courtesy Multistation/Xerion Berlin Laboratories GmbH)

Multistation, a digital manufacturing provider based in France, has signed an agreement to be the exclusive distributor for Xerion’s Fusion Factory Additive Manufacturing system in France and North Africa.

The Fusion Factory, developed by Xerion Berlin Laboratories GmbH, Berlin, Germany, is a compact production line for the Additive Manufacturing of metal and ceramic components. It has three modules that combine the process steps of printing, debinding and densification (the final heat treatment to produce a purely metal and dense component) into one plant. With additional AM modules, the system can be expanded for industrial series production.

With a heating temperature of 1550°C and monitoring capabilities, the Fusion Factory is suitable for a wide range of applications and is particularly suited for BASF’s Ultrafuse and Catamold materials.

www.multistation.com

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