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Incodema3D acquires four EOS M 300-4 systems

Bringing the company’s suite of EOS technology to 28 metal AM systems

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Incodema3D, a leading industrial 3D printing manufacturer, is continuing its rapid growth and investments in Direct Metal Laser Solidification (DMLS) technology with its acquisition of four more EOS M 300-4 systems. This investment brings Incodema3D’s suite of EOS technology to 28 metal additive manufacturing systems, with a projection to add more before the end of 2024.

“It can take years for some AM projects to gestate, it is not easy and requires a lot of legwork. Now we are seeing the fruit of these efforts with multiple programs scaling at one time – from aerospace to energy and a variety of other sectors with highly engineered applications where AM brings the highest value,”
said Sean Whittaker, Founder and CEO of Incodema3D.

Incodema3D acquires four EOS M 300-4 systems - bringing the company’s suite of EOS technology to 28 metal AM systems.
Incodema3D Founder and CEO Sean Whittaker.

Incodema3D has grown steadily since its first EOS system purchase in 2012 and has consolidated its business exclusively around EOS metal AM technology. With the addition of the four new EOS printers, Incodema3D is one of the largest additive manufacturers in North America. Incodema3D has also made considerable investments in all the ancillary equipment necessary for pre- and post-production, including their 60,000-square-foot facility in Freeville, New York.

“Uptime, ease of use, and the ability to scale production. We chose the EOS M 300-4 because our current fleet of EOS printers is operating near 90% production utilization, so we need the fastest systems on the market to enable the growing production needs of our customers. The EOS M 300-4 is a production workhorse, and our technicians rave about how user-friendly and reliable of a system it is,” said Sean Whittaker. “For 12 years, EOS has been instrumental in our success, from the day-to-day support of our fleet to the continuous product advancements in speed and performance of its printer platforms. Our relationship with EOS is one of the key pillars of our business.”

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