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Freemelt and WEAREAM partner on 3D printing industrialization

WEAREAM will add an eMELT-iD machine to their facilities, and will start production in July 2024

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Freemelt AB, a deep-tech company, has entered a collaboration with WEAREAM, in Italy, to accelerate the adoption of 3D printing as a manufacturing technology via eMELT-iD for serial production of industrial applications.

WEAREAM is a Center of Excellence with extensive knowledge and experience in 3D printing, headquartered in Lombardy, Italy. The northern region of Italy has been a cluster of early key adopters and innovative companies at the forefront of research, design, and engineering driving the industrialization of 3D printing. The Italian State and the European Union are strong supporters of this development – supporting it with funding and resources.

To further accelerate the development and industrialization of 3D printing, as part of the partnership, WEAREAM will add an eMELT-iD machine to their facilities – starting production in July 2024.

”Freemelt and WEAREAM is a perfect match! It is exactly this kind of strategic collaboration the manufacturing industry needs and embraces – competence and application centers supporting industrial companies in the transition to more innovative manufacturing technology, like 3D printing,” said Daniel Gidlund, CEO of Freemelt. “This strategic partnership ensures that eMELT and the E-PBF technology (Electron Powder Bed Fusion) take another important step in establishing Freemelt and eMELT as the leading technology for innovative serial production of industrial applications.”

”With this strategic partnership, WEAREAM and Freemelt will enable the full potential by complementing each other perfectly to serve the market, support clients and the industry to adopt high-tech solutions based on new materials and the most innovative additive manufacturing technologies. WEAREAM is proud and excited about this collaboration with Freemelt,” said Paolo Folgarait, CEO of WEAREAM.

“Thanks to our long-term expertise in E-PBF technology, WEAREAM is a perfect partner for Freemelt to ensure that the eMELT technology will deliver effective industrial production of demanding applications, where new materials and cutting-edge technologies will make the difference,” said Maurizio Romeo, CTO of WEAREAM.

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