One Click Metal expands US reach with MasterGraphics partnership

March 13, 2024

The BOLDseries includes the MPRINT (left) for the Additive Manufacturing stage, with the MPUREpro enabling part unpacking and sieving (Courtesy One Click Metal)
The BOLDseries includes the MPRINT (left) for the Additive Manufacturing stage, with the MPUREpro enabling part unpacking and sieving (Courtesy One Click Metal)

One Click Metal, based in Tamm, Germany, has announced a partnership with MasterGraphics, headquartered in Fitchburg, Wisconsin, USA, expanding One Click’s reach into key states such as Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

MasterGraphics, founded in 1949, is led by Kevin Carr and supported by a team of twenty-one employees. The company has established itself in the metal Additive Manufacturing segment through Desktop Metal, as well as the polymer AM segment through partnerships with HP, Sinterit, and Ultimaker. The company currently has a total of 2,500 machines in the field.

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Leveraging MasterGraphics‘ experience in the Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) process, One Click Metal aims to provide customers in Midwestern states with easy access to its metal Additive Manufacturing technology.

”We are thrilled to partner with the very experienced and reliable team of MasterGraphics to strengthen our presence in the US. Working with MasterGraphics contributes to our vision of making metal 3D printing available for everyone,” stated Gerrit Brüggemann, CEO, One Click Metal.

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