3D Printing Industry | 9/26/2018 | Beau Jackson
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This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced contains, UK distribution rights for 3D printers, expansion of FIT, a trade secrets war, Polygonica update, ANSYS VRXPERIENCE and full-color 3D printing services.

Desktop Metal, a Boston based manufacturer of 3D printers, has partnered with Belgian AM solutions provider, Trideus, to distribute its Studio System+ 3D printer in Belgium.

Trideus - CEO - Jesse - Buteneers - Importance

Trideus’ CEO Jesse Buteneers said, “it is of the utmost importance for Trideus that we can offer our demanding industrial customers the very best of the best at all times. The Desktop Metal systems meet that requirement 100%. Global players such as Ford Motor Company and Lowe’s could already experience its wide application areas.”

3DGence (Przyszowice, Poland), a manufacturer of 3D printers, has partnered with GoPrint3D, a British reseller, and services provider, to distribute its 3D printers in the UK.

GoPrint3D - Industry - F340 - Printer - TCT

GoPrint3D is exhibiting the 3DGence Industry F340 3D printer at the on-going TCT Birmingham, stand G28.

GoPrint3D has also announced that it will be the distributor and reseller of Admatec 3D printers in the UK. Admatec is a Netherlands-based specializing in DLP ceramic 3D printers.

Ogle - Models - UK - Model - Company

Ogle Models (UK), a model and prototyping company, has acquired a NEO800 SLA 3D printer for its Letchworth facility. Built by the engineering group, RP Support (UK), the NEO800 has an 800 x 800 x 600mm build frame.

On the acquisition, Ogle Models’ Managing Director, Len Martin said: “The Neo 800 adds capacity and flexibility, so we can make larger parts without splitting them. It produces superior quality parts straight off, significantly reducing finishing times and still retaining the crisp accuracy and detail that our customers have come to expect from our prototypes.”

Printing - CNC - Service - Provider - Weerg

Online 3D printing and CNC service provider Weerg has announced that it will be moving its headquarters from Marghera to Gardigiano, Italy.

As previously reported, on-demand 3D printing platforms continue to expand operations....
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