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Origin, a California-based 3D printer provider, has announced that its Origin One system is now shipping to customers. Due to reported strong demand for the system, the company has moved into a larger office space in San Francisco, and made a new leadership appointment as well.
Furthermore, Origin has revealed that two 3D printing service bureaus, Avid Product Development and Interpro Models, have added Origin’s programmable photopolymerization (P³) 3D printing technology to their platforms.
Chris - Prucha - Co-founder - CEO - Origin
Chris Prucha, co-founder, and CEO of Origin, comments:
“SHIPPING OUR FIRST PRODUCTION PRINTER, ORIGIN ONE, IS A HUGE MILESTONE FOR THE COMPANY”
Customer - Growth - Demand - Printer - Reception
“The tremendous customer growth and demand we’ve seen for the printer, as well as the positive reception from our open material network, is extremely gratifying and proof that we’ve created a platform that our customers need.”
Are open materials the key to additive mass production?
Origin - Mass - Manufacturing - Industry - Company
Founded in 2015, Origin is focused on bringing mass manufacturing to the additive industry. The company official emerged from in stealth mode in 2018 with $10 million in series A funding, while also revealing the development of its Open Additive Production platform and P³ technology.
P³ enables voxel-level control over the 3D printing process in order to extract different mechanical performances out of a material. This allows customers to customize their print and how the part performs.
Materials - Origin - Plans - Mass - Production
Open materials are central to Origin’s plans of making 3D printing a viable mass production method. Working with material developers, the company aims to create formulas specifically for Origin’s P³ technology, rather than Origin creating thousands of formulas for niche uses on its own. Origin has thus far introduced global chemical and material companies DSM, Henkel and BASF to the network in order to develop materials for Origin’s 3D printing technology.
Finger splint 3D printed on Origin’s platform using Henkel silicone. It was printed according to ISO-10993 biocompatibility...
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