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Greene Group Industries acquires 3D printing specialist Holo

A leading manufacturer of metal parts has expanded its expertise in 3D printing through an acquisition. Greene Group Industries (GGI) has acquired the assets of Holo, integrating the company’s metal-based AM technology into its portfolio.

Until now, GGI was primarily known as a specialist in the development and production of complex components using metal injection molding (MIM). With the acquisition of Holo technology, the company now wants to tap into the possibilities of the additive metal construction process for prototypes and series production.

Holo’s patented PureForm technology was developed specifically for rapid 3D printing prototyping and the production of complex metal parts. Holo initially offered its process as a service in 2021 and later launched its own 3D printer systems on the market.

“Holo’s technology is a great addition to our MIM, stamping and precision milling offering,” explained GGI CEO Alexis Willingham. “We can now produce prototypes with a similar surface finish to MIM within two weeks and strengthen our partnerships through faster iterations in the product lifecycle.”

The acquisition is intended to seamlessly integrate additive metal manufacturing into GGI production. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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