Headmade Materials celebrates roofing ceremony in new headquarter
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.
As of August, Headmade Materials will have 400m² of production and 220m² of office space available at the new company headquarters in Unterpleichfeld, although the space can be doubled at relatively short notice if required.
“The planning and construction of our new company headquarters was very time-consuming, but now it gives us the opportunity to accelerate our development. To be honest, we can't wait to open up the new chapter! ”says Christian Fischer, Managing Director of Headmade Materials.
About Headmade Materials
Headmade Materials GmbH offers materials and processes for the metal 3D-printing of larger series. Centerpiece is the self-developed sinter-based 3D printing process ´Cold Metal Fusion´ (`Metal SLS´) which enables customers to produce series up to 100,000 parts economically and scalably. By adapting the material, the process runs on established systems from different manufacturers and considerably simplifies process integration and part certification. Headmade Materials offers customers full use of the Cold Metal Fusion-technology as well as 3D-printing services and consulting.