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For the first time, UK industrial 3D printer OEM and support provider RPS will be exhibiting at the 2019 Additive Manufacturing User’s Group (AMUG) Conference in Chicago. Already a well established company within 3D printing RPS, as part of the parallel AMUGexpo on March 31 and April 1 2019, is seeking to deepen its connections in North America. Harnessing its industrial expertise, and the global support system at the core of its business, RPS will be on hand to share unique insights and solutions for professionals working in polymers.
“We see AMUG as an introduction to grow our business into the North American market,” comments RPS Director David Storey, “The NEO800 system that we manufacture in the UK has a proven install base in Europe and is an exceptional product.”
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“WE WANT TO USE AMUG AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE A RESELLER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK AND TO SHOWCASE OUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ON A GLOBAL BASIS.”
RPS’ flagship system, the NEO800, is a large-format SL 3D printer introduced by the company in 2016. A number of industrial applications completed on the NEO800 will be on display in Chicago, including prototyping and injection molding.
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RPS was founded in 2008. It is headquartered in Buckinghamshire, South East England, and has a global network of engineers with proven experience in 3D printing, engineering, electronics, computer-aided engineering and more. A dedicated team of highly skilled and knowledgeable personnel, this team offers advice, service and assistance on a range of 3D printing technologies and materials. Specifically, RPS expertise lies in SLS and SLA 3D printing, plus other areas such as laser refurbishment, system upgrades, and system repairs.
In addition to machine development and customer support, RPS also operates as a reseller for HP 3D printers, and materials from HP, DSM Somos and EOS Group laser sintering materials company ALM.
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