MELD advanced manufacturing process allows for printing and repair of metal components, including castings and forgings or forged parts in any metal at the dock or on board.

NAVY awards $1.5M contract for MELD technology for metal printing and repair

MELD Manufacturing Corporation, developer and provider of MELD® 3D printing machines for metal, has been awarded a contract from the US Navy following success in demonstration of printing metals and parts of interest. The program supports the development of qualification data for MELD created parts which will guide naval use of MELD equipment. The contract …

3D in Metal selected for distribution of MELD® machines and services in Latin America

MELD Manufacturing Corporation announces a new distributor partnership with 3D in Metal. 3D in Metal serves the Spanish speaking countries in North, Central and South America from offices in Texas, USA and El Salvador. 3D in Metal is an additive manufacturing service bureau, equipment and software distributor and consulting company focused exclusively on metals for …

RAM Engineering and Tooling selected for distribution of MELD® machines and services in the UK

MELD Manufacturing Corporation announces a new distributor partnership with RAM Engineering and Tooling LTD. RAM Engineering and Tooling LTD serves the United Kingdom from headquarters in Scotland. The company specializes in application driven, subtractive and additive manufacturing machinery and services. “RAM Engineering and Tooling LTD offers expert guidance based on the demands of the customer …

L3 MELD machine able 3D print metal including titanium and aluminum in open air

New L3 Model MELD Machine Announced

A new machine model was announced today by MELD Manufacturing Corporation.  The L3 model MELD machine combines the modern aesthetics and features of the larger MELD K2 model at a reduced size and price point that may be more attractive to customers looking to enhance or expand their metal printing portfolio. The L3 machine has …

Deakin University's MELD machine

Deakin University Launches MELD Program

MELD Manufacturing Corporation and Deakin University in Victoria, Australia have formed an alliance to advance the science and application of the innovative solid-state metal additive manufacturing process. Deakin University has launched a research program centered on the MELD technology and has installed a MELD machine capable of processing a wide range of metals in open air.

National Defense University students visit MELD to see additive manufacturing

MELD CEO Distinguished Guest at Eisenhower School National Defense University Industry Studies Program Capstone Event

After visiting MELD Manufacturing Corporation earlier this year, escorted by Colonel Ned Krafchick and Lieutenant colonel Douglas Luccio, the 2020 class included their experience at the factory in their Munitions Industry Study Distinguished Visitors Briefing on May 28th.  US Air Force Brigadier General Kyle Robinson noted the day’s briefing was “one of the key culminating …

MELD hits milestone in size of 3D printed metal parts

MELD Manufacturing Corporation has fabricated components in excess of 55 inches (1.4 meters) in diameter using off the shelf Aluminum 6061.  Components have solid walls, some over 4 inches (102 millimeters) thick.  The size of the components is a milestone for the company and represents the advantages the open-air printer offers in scalability. The material …

MELD Manufacturing Corporation wins People’s Choice Award at DOD Maintenance Symposium

Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Mr. Morani presented MELD Manufacturing Corporation with the People’s Choice Award at the DOD Maintenance Symposium for the Maintenance Innovation Challenge in Spokane, Washington.  MELD was one of six finalists in the Maintenance Innovation Challenge. Finalists were selected from 80 award nominations by the Joint Technology Exchange Group (JTEG) which …

MELD Wins Top Edison Award for Clean Manufacturing

MELD Manufacturing Corporation’s patented MELD technology received the gold award for Clean Manufacturing. Founded in 1987, the Edison Awards recognizes excellence in design, innovation, marketing, and product/service development. MELD is a unique technology for additive manufacturing, coating, joining, and repairing metals. Since MELD does not melt the material, it produces better-quality parts than other processes. …