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B.M.C. Adopts PRECIOUS M 080 from Cooksongold for Direct Jewelry 3D Printing

B.M.C.’s adoption of the PRECIOUS M 080 systems (developed in collaboration with EOS) will enhance their Specialized Services and Products operation, by offering a complete 3D precious metal service.

Their adoption of the M 080 system embodies the values of B.M.C. as stated by CEO and Chairman, Mr Carlo Massavelli: “We are always looking to incorporate the latest technology and production possibilities, Direct Precious Metal 3D printing with the M 080 system provides us with another tool and production method which will ensure we can continue to push the boundaries of jewel and watch creation”.

The PRECIOUS M 080 system – The first Direct Precious Metal 3D Printing system designed exclusively for the jewellery, watch and precious metals industries, is jointly optimised by Cooksongold and EOS GmbH (Electro Optical Systems). The system expands upon the technology created by EOS to provide jewellery makers with the power and freedom to create complex jewellery in a matter of hours.

B.M.C. have never shied away from the challenges around development of technology, and as a result have achieved the status as an innovator by offering the widest range of services and production techniques.

Cooksongold are excited by the collaboration, and are looking forward to seeing the M 080 system flourish at the elite level of jewellery making.  Cooksongold’s Managing Director Martin Bach revealed “We are delighted to be working with B.M.C. for the development of precious metal 3D printing to fully exploit its capabilities and production application in the high end jewellery supply chain”.

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