Austrian startup Metalpine teams up with EOS

EOS is partnering with Metalpine to design sustainable metal powders after acquiring a stake in the company.
The Austrian startup which has broad experience in the production of metallic products has designed an atomisation technology specifically created for 3D printing powders.

By teaming up with EOS and adopting the company’s process, material and system development and expertise, the company is positive that it will provide sustainable and economically effective powder products.

Most of the development and design will take place at Metalpine’s recently opened production centre in Graz,

which is updated to meet the highest standards in terms of operational efficiency and eco-friendliness.
While also ensuring efficient scaling.
The common goal of both partners is to take advantage of this potential to expand the application

capabilities of 3D printing.
” The team and technology at Metalpine thrilled us from the very first instance,”

says, Sascha Rudolph, Senior Vic President EOS Metal Materials at EOS.

“We can now provide our customers with even more sustainable and powerful solutions in the interplay between our industrial additive manufacturing process and the metal powder production for this purpose.

The MetalPine method allows a whole new dimension of dexterity

and is continually geared towards the application field of additive manufacturing.

Eco friendliness

The system is remarkably compact,

can be set up for new materials and are amazingly so low in emissions that it can be operated in metropolitan areas without hesitation.

We see a lot of potential development

t and are eager to work with such a highly motivated and professional team.”
” The industrial production process creates a uniquely spherical,

virtually Satelite free and non-porous metal powder,” further added Gerald Pöllmann, Metalpine CEO.

We are very excited to be able to transform our materials into outstanding

parts through joint work with an effective EOS team and to make the future of 3D printing more sustainable.

Source: TCT conference, MetalPine

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