Meltio Multi-laser DED Technology, the first wire based metal laser deposition (WMLD), allows us, at ACCUFACTURE, to engineer turnkey Metal Additive Manufacturing robotic solutions for our customers.
This integration enables high-performance, affordable, and easy-to-use metal 3D printing, part repair, cladding, and feature addition.
Produce custom metal parts of 99.998% density in a single-step process!
Meltio M450 3D Printer
Meltio Engine Robotic Integration
Designed for industry without the need for industrial infrastructure; affordable, reliable, safe and easy to use metal 3D printer. Ideal for small to medium size part fabrication and multi-metal 3D printing research.
Turn a robot arm into a metal 3D printing system with no inherent size constraints. The Meltio Engine Robot Integration is the perfect platform for large and complex 3D printing, repair, cladding and feature addition.
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Open Materials Platform
Highest strength to weight ratio and corrosion resistance
Cheap and ductile, with unparalleled machinability and weldability
High versatility, outstanding heat and corrosion resistance
High impact strength, retain hardness at high temperatures
Excellent strength and corrosion
Upgrades and Accessories
Laser Calibration System
Programmable power supply that preheats the material to increase the deposition rate.
It allows users to calibrate Meltio’s multi-laser deposition head accurately and effortlessly prior to every print.
This option allows to 3D print two wire materials sequentially with very quick wire switches.
Sturdy wheeled table made from stainless steel and aluminum. Contains tool and material drawers.
The metal 3D printing process is monitored in real time and compensated if required by process control.
Easy to Use
Automatic toolpath generation and material print profiles supplied by Meltio make for a plug and play experience.
The low capital and running costs of the Meltio M450 make metal 3D printing of conventional parts possible. Cost-effective component repair, part augmentation, and feature addition.
Provide new capability to any robot arm by turning it into a metal 3D printing system.