Hardware Updates from Formnext 2016

3DPrint.com | Dec. 1, 2016 ~ Two EnvisionTEC 3D printer platforms were mentioned by 3DPrint.com’s Sarah Anderson Goehrke in the popular website’s coverage of the show. “3D printing is taking off, and so are the events surrounding the industry,” she wrote. “At EnvisionTEC‘s perpetually busy booth I had the opportunity to catch up with Sarah Webster, Global Marketing Director, and John Hartner, COO of EnvisionTEC. The booth also showcased Robotic Additive Manufacturing (RAM) … and  the Vector Hi-Res 3SP.

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On the dental industry, Hartner noted: “Interest has been high,” Hartner told me. “We have an expanded team now, especially in Europe. We’re seeing new applications and really positive growth, double-digit growth. We’re always adding more tools to our toolbox.”

For more on the Robotic Additive Manufacturing from Viridis3D and EnvisionTEC, click here.

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