Morf3D Bolsters Additive Manufacturing Capabilities with Investment in EOS Systems

  • Innovation Center to host three new EOS systems; increases metal AM capacity onsite

February 27, 2017, El Segundo, Calif. – Morf3D, a fully integrated additive manufacturing (AM) and engineering service provider, today announced the latest addition to its Innovation Center with the acquisition of two EOS M 290 systems and an EOS M 400. These systems will support Morf3D’s anticipated production and new development contracts. They also expand Morf3D’s metal AM capacity at its 6,800 sq. ft. Innovation Center in El Segundo, California.

Morf3D’s Innovation Center provides clients with all-inclusive AM technology services across industries, including aerospace. This latest expansion of metal AM capacity follows Morf3D’s prior purchase of two EOS M290 machines. The company will also be increasing its materials scope beyond aluminum and titanium materials to include Inconel and other alloys.

Morf3D’s Innovation Center (Photo courtesy of Morf3D)

Morf3D’s Innovation Center (Photo courtesy of Morf3D)

“The acquisition of these systems advances our vision of operating as a strategic supplier-partner with our customers, providing a comprehensive suite of AM services, from initial concept through part qualification and serial production,” said Ivan Madera, CEO, Morf3D.  “Our customers can concentrate on integrated systems objectives, while we provide innovative AM solutions to achieve transformational performance and cost objectives. EOS’s technology is integral to this mission, and serves as the cornerstone of our metal printing capabilities.”

Morf3D opened its Innovation Center in September 2015, and received AS9100 certification and ITAR approval in 2016. The company has received development contracts from major aerospace, defense and industrial customers, and expects to commence serial production in 2017. To meet demand, Morf3D  has scaled its operations with the addition of engineering staff, computerized scanning and inspection systems, and post-process machining and finishing equipment.

“As a leader in AM production, Morf3D delivers end-to-end, innovative solutions for platform builders and system integrators across industries, and EOS is thrilled to serve as their partner” said Andrew Snow, Senior Vice President, EOS of North America. “With Morf3D’s latest investment in growing their metal printing capabilities, and given the increasing use of AM in serial production, especially in aerospace, their customers will benefit from the precision, quality and repeatability that EOS’s AM systems provide.”

About Morf3D
Morf3D is a privately held corporation headquartered in El Segundo, CA.  The company specializes in additive engineering and manufacturing with metals, and provides advisory services in additive manufacturing strategy and technology road-mapping. Morf3D’s mission is enabling client proficiency in fully exploiting the benefits of Additive Engineering and Manufacturing, and delivering innovative solutions that solve complex design and manufacturing challenges.

About EOS
EOS is the global technology leader for industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers. Founded in 1989, the independent company is a pioneer and innovator for holistic solutions in additive manufacturing. Everything EOS does is founded on the cornerstones of corporate responsibility and sustainability, both inward- and outward-facing. Whereby EOS embraces a deep commitment to customers and their needs.

Like no other company, EOS is mastering the interaction of laser and powder material. Additionally, EOS provides all essential elements for industrial 3D printing. System, material and process parameters are intelligently harmonized to ensure a reliable high quality of parts and thus facilitating a decisive competitive edge. Furthermore customers benefit from deep technical expertise in global service, applications engineering and consultancy.

EOS nurtures a vibrant ecosystem of partners and, by means of venture investments, helps incubate promising start-ups. It’s this interaction along the whole industrial value-chain that enables the development of extensive solutions for 3D printing. Hence contributing to the further digitization and automation of manufacturing.

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