Xilloc is one among the first company to offer a wide range of industrial 3D printing services in Europe. The Dutch company gained its popularity in the medical sector with their first 3D printed titanium skull implant and first full mandible replacement. Recently, they had also introduced a new bone-like 3D printing implant material.
Now, Xilloc has launched an industrial business unit to provide high quality 3D printing services for their medical activities, and also for companies in other sectors, like aerospace, automotive and tooling. Xillac has invested in four industrial 3D printers from the renowned German manufacturer EOS, who is the global technology and quality leader for high-end Additive Manufacturing solutions, for this expansion. One among the four machines is the EOS M 400, which is one of the largest metal machines currently available in the market.
Xilloc is celebrating its 4th anniversary with these impressive additions, and has established an advanced manufacturing facility, which also includes state-of-the-art automated milling machines.
Recently, the company has moved to Brightlands Chemelot Campus where it has ample space to accommodate its rapid growth and team expansion. Brightlands Materials Center has established investments in “PhD capacity” for 3D print material technology. The campus is considered on among fast growing hub for 3D printing in the Netherlands, with Xilloc as a spearhead.