3D Printing Industry | 5/29/2019 | Beau Jackson
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In our latest 3D printing news digest, Sliced, we will learn about industry programs for research and development, changes in the medical industry, and how various manufacturers are forming relations to advance 3D printing.

Read on for the latest news from ExOne, Mimaki, MatterHacker, Optomec, Nexa3D, Inovus Medical, 3D devo, Raplas, PyroGenesis, and many others.

Optomec - Metal - Printer - Manufacturer - DED

Optomec, a metal 3D printer manufacturer known for its DED LENS machines, has chosen Select Additive Technologies, a division of manufacturing machines supplier Morris group. Inc., as a distributor of Optomec’s LENS machines throughout North America.

Jeff Holtzapple, Business Development Manager of Select Additive Technologies, “Adding Optomec’s industry-leading LENS systems to our distributors’ existing lineup of CNC machine tools enhances our end-to-end suite of advanced solutions for precision metal part repair and production.”

Raplas - Printer - Manufacturer - UK - Printers

Raplas, a 3D printer manufacturer from the UK, is shipping its 3D printers to North America for the first time. The move was made possible with the help of 3D printer distributor and service provider, RP America.

Rory Jackson, CEO of RAPLAS’ U.S division called RAMP, said, “Having opened the US office in the Chicago area, this is a fantastic opportunity and endorsement of RAPLAS tech, the team behind the brand and our specialist distributor, RP America.”

Metal - Printer - Manufacturer - SLM - Solutions

Metal 3D printer manufacturer, SLM Solutions, has opened an Applications Center at its China head office which was opened in 2015. At the new facility, the manufacturer has installed one SLM 125, two SLM 280 and one SLM 500 machines.

Meddah Hadjar, CEO of SLM Solutions, said, “China is a growth market for us as the manufacturing sector is continuing to transform with industrial selective laser melting applications […] This new office not only continues our commitment to the Chinese market, but also provides more resources for our local experts to support customers, ensuring they are successful and facilitating their innovation.”


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