Multistation enters agreement to distribute Meltio metal AM machines in France

May 26, 2021

The Meltio system can be integrated into a robotic arm as a cost-effective solution for large metal part manufacturing (Courtesy Meltio)

Multistation SAS, Paris, France, has entered a distribution agreement with Meltio, Linares, Spain, to offer Meltio’s metal Additive Manufacturing technology solutions on the French market.

Meltio’s AM process is based on what it refers to as ‘wire-powder laser metal deposition’, a Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology that enables the production of parts using either metal wire or metal powder independently or simultaneously. As well as a stand-alone metal AM machine, the company’s Meltio Engine solution can be integrated into a robot, a machine tool or a 3-axis machine system.

Multistation states that it will focus on building an ecosystem in France around Meltio AM technology by establishing partnerships and development opportunities with research centres, universities, robotic integrators, manufacturers & distributors of machine tools and industrial users of this technology.

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