High Speed 3D Printing lands in Italy
To meet the growing local demand for productive 3D printing solutions, x3D Group, the French exclusive-importer of 3D Printing Solutions for Europe, is growing its distribution network by signing an agreement Sokar Additive Technologies.
This new agreement will allow x3D Group to further market its High Speed 3D Printing systems, the Rapid Series, and its range of consumables.
For recall, the Rapid Series is designed and manufacture by the Shanghaï-based Prismlab engineering company. The Rapid Series prints up-to 20 times faster than its competition, offers a large build volume of up-to 576 x 576 x 324 mm, is very affordable (system and consumables) and this is the first industrial 3D printer that is open-source on materials.
High Speed 3D Printing Solutions
“What trends would you anticipate having a major impact on 3D printing?” 250 additive manufacturing users recently gave their analysis on possible evolutions of the 3D industry, which we have reported in Sculpteo’s 2nd annual State of 3D Printing. Today we share with you an exclusive insight on our report.
There is a fair amount of cool behind RAPID. Not only, all the biggest 3D printers manufacturers are there to display their machines (from plastic to metal 3D printing), but the most influential persons in the industry are also heading there. The 2016 edition isn’t any different and holds its promises with just as many great announcements. For this edition, Sculpteo was also the sponsor of the catwalk show that just happened this afternoon and where talented designers like Danit Peleg or Rachel Nhan displayed all their savoir-faire. Here is a sneak peek at what you missed.