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Freemelt enters German market with subsidiary and Showroom
Freemelt Deutschland GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of Freemelt AB, with a new Freemelt office in Esslingen close to Stuttgart in Germany, has been established to manage the commercialization of Freemelt systems in Germany and in Europe at large.
Interview with CEO Ulric Ljungblad and CTO Per Woxenius
In Finansräven's latest podcast, Ulric Ljungblad and Per Woxenius are interviewed how they view the 3D printing industry in general and Freemelt in particular.
New Production Manager
We are proud to announce Henrik Tölander as our new Production Manager. Henrik has previously worked as Production Program Manager for Additive Manufacturing at Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery and most recently as Additive Manufacturing Expert at Etteplan. Henrik will with be part of the management team at Freemelt and lead…
Freemelt announces multiple orders
We are happy and proud to announce two orders from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. The first order is a Freemelt ONE system for advanced materials research. The second order is a custom-made E-PBF system for synchrotron radiation studies…
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Onboarding process for universities
Research providers are important for us. You are the best ambassadors for our technology! We listen to your needs and help you reach your research goals. That is the best way for us to show the potential in our technology.Our onboarding process
Onboarding process for commercial R&D
Many products have improvement potential if made in new materials. Freemelt ONE is the starting point for product material upgrades. Our technology enables fast iterations to establish the important fundamentals in your product development cycle.Our onboarding process
If we combine our efforts we can move faster than if we work alone. Our open source platform lets you adapt and evolve the code, and share it within the community, to accelerate the development of tomorrow’s materials.