Model: MPL-1


0.3 - 10 microns

Optimal Particle Size

≈ 1 min/Layer

Build Speed

250 cm3

Maximum Volume

Unconventional printing

The MPL-1 sintering unit is made for handling small production batches using the thinnest metal powders to create complex high-resolution parts.


What makes this model so unique is the layering process we call the FluidBed; an advanced 3D printing method enabling multi-material at the nanoscale for incredible precision and performance.

Market Characteristics

Who does it serve best


The MPL-1 unit is not your average 3D printer and is intended for industrial fabrication with a maximum build size of 250 cmSub-micron resolution, Lowest porosity, and Highest density.


Of course, we know how difficult it is to find those specifications on any 3D printer, but currently, the MPL-1 unit is serving industries with minimal barriers to entry requiring metal fabrication and small build sizes.

Industry examples


The challenge for jewellers is to take manufacturing to the new era and use technology as a way to enhance their creativity without compromising the quality of their creations.


Miniaturization is pushing manufactruing to its limits. We fill an unserved space where components like heat sinks & connectors are too big for lithography and too small for CNC machining.

Passive Electronic Components


From building screws to the whole dial, we aren't limited by size or complexity. We've been approached by some of the biggest brands to help them create unique and futuristic masterpieces.

Metal Powders

What it uses

For its maximum efficiency, the MPL-1 uses its own refillable, high-quality powder and chemicals.

They come in cartridges conceived in our laboratories, where our chemists use the exact and perfect balance of raw material and additives.

  To this day, we have tested the most commonly used metal powders like Stainless Steel, Copper, Titanium and we are still pushing the limits of our 3D printer.

Although the MPL-1 is known for using nanoparticles, it isn't limited to that size. We also use micron ( μm ) sized powders in our 3D printers.

Powder Shapes

To fully understand why and how the MPL-1 is able to work with irregular powder shapes ranging from a few nanometers to the hundreds of microns, visit our White Paper section.

Interested in knowing more about what's in it for you? Contact us