Spin-off company Addideba named sales partner by Lunovu

March 17, 2022

Delaser spin-off company Addideba has been selected by Lunovu as a sales partner for its DED machines (Courtesy Addideba)

Delaser, a laser-based service bureau based in Deba, Spain, has established a spin-off company, Addideba Laser & Metal AM, which will focus on expanding metal Additive Manufacturing and its adoption in the Spanish and Portuguese markets. The company has already been selected as an Iberian sales partner by Lunovu GmbH, Herzogenrath, Germany.

Lunovu’s Additive Manufacturing machines, specifically Directed Energy Deposition (DED), offer high configuration freedom, including laser power and source, scanning systems, type of powder nozzle, powder feeders and others. The company provides four product families: eLMD machines, suited to small batch volume and R&D purposes; pLMD for high industrial productivity; rLMD for open architecture robotic systems, and iLMD for machines with a controlled inert chamber.

“This new agreement enables us to target some key markets in the Iberian Peninsula such as aerospace or the mould & dies industry, offering robust machines with a high level of adaptability that facilitates a complete solution for application case,” commented Dr Xabier Garmendia, Addideba’s General Manager.

Dr Rainer Beccard, Managing Director of Lunovu, added, “We are extremely happy to collaborate with Addideba as a partner with a strong expertise in Additive Manufacturing, and we are looking forward to providing our technology to Spanish customers.”




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