TheSteelPrinters centralises metal Additive Manufacturing with four EOS M400-4 machines

February 7, 2024

TheSteelPrinters has introduced four EOS M400-4 machines to consolidate Additive Manufacturing capacity at its Spanish location (Courtesy TheSteelPrinters)
TheSteelPrinters has introduced four EOS M400-4 machines to consolidate Additive Manufacturing capacity at its Spanish location (Courtesy TheSteelPrinters)

TheSteelPrinters – a joint venture between global steel companies ArcelorMittal and Frankstahl formed in 2018 – has announced the centralisation of its metal Additive Manufacturing production to its Asturias, Spain, facility.

In line with this, the company has introduced four additional high-capacity quad-laser EOS M400-4 Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) Additive Manufacturing machines at its headquarters, in an effort to boost productivity, expedite delivery, and elevate customer service.

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TheSteelPrinters’ team of engineers works with customers to identify one-off or serialised parts suitable for use with Additive Manufacturing; here, the part can be further optimised before going into production. TheSteelPrinters then additively manufactures the parts and delivers the finished components to the customers. This service is available via subscription or on an on-demand basis.

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