Wire and Powder

Meltio’s Wire-Powder Laser Metal Deposition enables the production of parts using metal wire and metal powder independently or simultaneously.

Meltio's Wire Powder Multi-Laser metal deposition

Single and Dual Metal 3D Printing

Meltio recommends printing the bulk of the parts with metallic wire – the cleanest, safest and lowest cost metal feedstock in the market. If the desired build material is not available in wire form, powder can be used.

Single Wire

The bulk of the 3D printing process is built around wire, the safest, cleanest and easiest to work with metal feedstock.

Dual Wire

Combine different metal materials in a single part. The wire switching process is quick, automatic and clean.

Wire and Powder

Create new alloys on the fly, test functional gradients and research metal matrix composites (MMC).

Open Materials Platform

stainless steels

Stainless Steels

Fully supported: 316L (EN 1.4404), 308L (EN1.4316) and 304L (EN 1.4307)



Fully supported: Titanium Grade 5 (EN 3.7165)



Fully supported: Inconel 718 and Inconel 625 (EN 2.4668)

Carbon steels

Carbon Steels

Fully supported: SAE 4140 (EN 1.7225), and A-5.18:ER70S-6 (EN 1.5130)



Under Development: expected to be released by the end of 2021.

aluminum alloys

Aluminum Alloys

Under Development: expected to be released by the end of 2021.

Excellent Mechanical Properties

Meltio’s compact heat affected zone process achieves exceptional mechanics, decreased thermal stress and near isotropic properties, exceeding casting and forging material properties.

Consistent 99.998% densification

Meltio’s WP-LMD produces fully dense parts with superior microstructure. Exceeding the casting and forging properties, and in certain cases, matching up to wrought material properties.

Full density metal 3d printing

From 0.3 to 1.2mm layer heights

Meltio’s process allow for an exceptional balance between print speed and surface roughness. Under some conditions, Meltio’s surface roughness using wire can outperform those produced with powder based processes.

Post-process or use as printed

For many applications printed in high-resolution little to no post treatment is necessary. Near net shapes can be post-processed using heat, bead blasting, polishing, brushing or machining.

Metal 3D Printing Solutions

Choose the package that suits your manufacturing requirements; turn-key metal 3D printer, CNC integration for hybrid manufacturing or robotic integration for large compontents.

Meltio M450 3D Printer


Meltio Engine CNC Integration


Meltio Engine Robotic Integration


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