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We’ve taken new technologies and made them realistic. If you’re curious about additive manufacturing technology in your industry, let us show you how it works.

Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing

WAAM uses recognisable and established welding processes to create robust metal parts. Compared to powders, this technique provides access to a greater diversity of materials. With our partner GEFERTEC’s hardware and software solutions, we’re able to convert 3D models of your part into NC-code for our WAAM machines.

The subtractive methods you’re using can be complemented by WAAM- this is the most cost-effective and time-efficient additive production method. If you’re looking to reduce lead time, inventory and material costs, this tool is for you.

Laser Powder Bed Fusion

LPBF takes a layer of metal powder and uses lasers to melt successive 2D slices. This is a very common form of additive manufacturing.

LPBF is an exceptional tool if you’re looking to enhance the performance of your components. Plus, it’s already trusted by our partners in the aerospace, automotive, medical and tooling industries for its ability to create functional and economically viable parts.


One of the potential downsides of LPBF is the possibility of metal parts accruing powder during manufacture. While manual and liquid cleaning methods exist, the results are often inadequate.

Our partnership with Solukon provides the solution. This automated process uses vibration to gently depowder your metal parts, reclaiming any extra metal powder. Most importantly, this method is reproducible. If you work in an industry with demands for cleanliness and safety, depowdering consistently and reliably is essential.

The finer details


What it does:

The Arc405 combines arc-welding with CAD 3D models to print metal parts.

What this means for you:

With 3 or 5 motion axes, the Arc405 offers flexible component volume and exceptional quality. GEFERTEC are a company to rely on. Their machines are trusted by institutions such as Kingsbury, Siemens and Deutsche Bahn to create viable WAAM componentry. 

SLM® 500

What it does:

With an industry-first quad laser system, the SLM®500 creates metal parts with outstanding build rates. 

What this means for you:

Tested in highly regulated environments, SLM Solutions provide parts you can trust. What’s more, due to high-build rates and potential material savings, you’ll see a reduction in cost-per-part. 

Hermle C 400

What it does:

Featuring a large working area, the C 400 machines high performance, large-scale workpieces through 3 or 5 axis machining.

What this means for you:

High precision and accuracy on all machined surfaces. The C 400 efficiently machines parts produced through WAAM to the highest quality.

Solukon SFM-AT-800-S

What it does:

With two rotating axes, the SFM-AT-800-S is capable of moving parts to any three-dimensional position for cleaning. 

What this means for you:

This machine provides the highest standard for powder removal, especially for parts with complex geometries or intricate structures. Being automated, the results are consistent.

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