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Knowhow Wilhelms is Meltio’s partner for German metal AM market

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Meltio has made known that Knowhow Wilhelms is going to play a key role in the distribution and support of the metal 3D printing solutions in the German market, as an official sales partner. The Spanish company offers a pioneering metal 3D printing solution that enables industrial applications with a process built around welding wire, the safest, cleanest, and most affordable metal feedstock in the market.

Knowhow Wilhelms will focus on building a supportive ecosystem for Meltio’s technology in the German territory partnering and driving business opportunities alongside technology centers, tooling machine companies, robotic integrators, academia, and industry.

Meltio has made known that Knowhow Wilhelms is going to play a key role in the distribution and support of the metal 3D printing solutions in the German market, as an official sales partner

Started as a foundry and quality IATF 16949 consulting company in 2013 with 25 years of experience in all kinds of castings and prototypes for the automotive industry (BMW, Daimler). With laser welding Knowhow Wilhelms saves around 300.000 engine castings from scrap for their customers. Since 2018 they make 3D metal printing with WAAM on robots and mobile CNC machining of Metrom. Now the company uses the better Meltio system for casting parts or molds, stamping tools repair, and additive manufacturing.

In order to introduce Meltio’s metal AM technology to the German market, KnowHow Wilhelms is organizing a webinar in German, will be held at 4 pm CET on March 1st, and feature Meltio’s Head of R&D, Lukas Hoppe, and KnowHow Wilhelm’s CEO, Frank Wilhelms.

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