Wire-Laser Metal 3D Printing

A disruptive Directed Energy Deposition technology by Meltio.

About Meltio

Materials

Disruptive Technology

A cost-effective wire laser metal deposition technology. LMD is a Directed Energy Deposition (DED) process that functions by precisely stacking layers of weld beads when introduced into the laser-generated melt pool.

Safe and Reliable

The bulk of the 3D printing process is built around wire, the safest, cleanest, and easiest to work with metal feedstock.

Multi-Material System

Print dual wire for hard-facing or anti-corrosion applications, or wire and dual-wire to create new alloys on the fly.

Integration Ready

Turn an existing CNC or robotic platform into a hybrid manufacturing system with no inherent size constraints.

Accessible

The only metal 3D printing process able to deliver fully dense and affordable metal parts within a few hours.

Metal 3D Printing Solutions

3D Printer

Meltio M450

Turn-key Metal 3D Printer.

CNC Integration

Meltio Engine

Hybrid Manufacturing System.

Robot Integration

Meltio Engine

Large-scale Metal 3D Printing.

Robot Cell

Meltio

Turn-key plug-and-play Solution.

Metal 3D Printing Experiences

Associate Professor / Northwestern University

Sun Tao

‚ÄĚ We were looking for a metal 3D printing technology with a compact metal 3D printer and that is one of the main advantages of adopting Meltio‚Äôs technology. The Meltio M450 metal 3D printer allows us to work with various materials.

My students have published two papers on Meltio’s DED technology and we can conclude that it is satisfactory and positive. We printed stainless steel and the experience was very adequate with the M450. We also highlight the Dual-Wire. “

Northwestern University is an American University that uses Meltio’s technology for research purposes.