Metal 3D-printing

Our sinterbased Cold Metal Fusion-technology takes the serial production of metal parts to a new level

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3D printed synchroniser made from stainless steel 316L
Simplify your supply chain with economical series production

We offer: The lowest investment costs of all metal 3D-printing processes for series production and a scalable machinery solutions. Your benefit: Economical series production and freedom from complex supply chains

Depowdering green parts with water jet
High green part stability enables the production of high part quantities

Our very high strength of the green parts not only simplifies cleaning and handling, but also enables post-processing before the sintering step to the metal component

Material Matters!

The heart of the 3D-printing process Cold Metal Fusion is our feedstock. It was developed to fit seamlessly into an existing ecosystem of machines and processes, to achieve high green part stability and without having to accept any compromises in the metal part properties. The machine park can be combined according to the respective requirements or you can use your existing processes and equipment.

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sieve to depowder the metal parts
The path of metal 3D printing into series production

3D printing process, advantages, design or field of application. Find out how you can leverage metal 3D printing with our Cold Metal Fusion technology.

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Headmade Materials is funded as part of the EXIST program by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and the European Social Fund.


Headmade Materials closes financing round of EUR 1.9 million led by the Industrial Technologies Fund of btov Partners

Funding Headmade Materials Industrial Tech Fund

Headmade Materials, developer of the metal 3D printing process Cold Metal Fusion (Metal SLS), has completed a EUR 1.9M financing round. The single investor is the Industrial Technologies Fund of btov Partners. The innovative process of the Würzburg-based startup enables 3D printing for series production using low-cost 3D printers available on the market. Headmade Materials will use the funds for scaling up the technology as well as for marketing and customer development. The financing round was supported by the BayStartUP investor network. The financing round was prepared by the BayStartUP investor network.

Headmade Materials celebrates roofing ceremony in new headquarter

Headmade Materials roofing Unterpleichfeld

Headmade Materials, provider of the 3D-printing process Cold Metal Fusion (´Metal SLS`) for serial production of metal parts, celebrates the roofing ceremony in its new headquarter.

As a spin-off of the SKZ plastics center located in Wuerzburg, Germany (www.skz.de), Headmade Materials headquarter is also based here. But it was not possible to cope with the growth and increased space requirements at the SKZs, which is why plans for a new building were already been made in 2019. The roofing ceremony in the new premises is unfortunately a few weeks late, but has so far not been possible due to the Corona contact restrictions.


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