bcn3d launch

Nachdem der in Barcelona ansässige Hersteller in seiner letzten Finanzierungsrunde im Juli mitten in der Pandemie 2,8 Millionen Euro aufgebracht hat, setzt er seine Innovationen fort und erweitert sein Angebot an 3D-Druckern, um Unternehmen weltweit bei Innovationen zu unterstützen.

After raising €2.8 million in its last round of funding in July in the midst of the pandemic, the Barcelona-based manufacturer continues to innovate and expand its range of 3D printers to help businesses innovate across the globe.
BCN3D, a leading 3D printer manufacturer, today announced the next generations in its 3D printing product line, the Epsilon W27, the Smart Cabinet, and the Sigma D25. With the new product introductions, in addition to recent investment in the business and significant new appointments, BCN3D unlocks a new era in its growth and demonstrates its commitment to providing an innovative and expansive product portfolio, cementing its position as a major player in 3D printing.

Henkel and Keystone Industries (Keystone) today have announced a collaboration between the companies for additive manufacturing solutions in the dental industry. The collaboration will enable Henkel to add dental applications to its 3D printing portfolio, one of the first markets that has moved past prototyping into the commercialization of resins for final parts. By partnering with a globally leading materials provider like Henkel, Keystone aims to further scale its successful business in the industry.

Weiden-based BAM GmbH uses HP Jet Fusion technology to produce workpiece carriers which are used throughout the entire production process. From automated robot handling in the production machine to the dispatch of the final product - the device head, which is manufactured for a well-known customer in the apparatus engineering sector, is accompanied throughout the entire process by the carrier solution developed in-house.

For Tecalum Industrial, implementing 3D printing into their day-to-day activities resulted in a great return on investment. Not only they significantly reduced the cost of producing customized tooling, jigs, and fixtures but they also save a remarkable amount of time by fabricating these parts in-house.

Puente la Reina plant wins Schneider Electric’s ‘Smart Factory’ award for accelerating Industry 4.0 transformation with Stratasys FDM technology

Company reduces dependency on suppliers, increases manufacturing flexibility and accelerates time-to-market

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