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Essentium ramps up manufacturing of Excessive Pace Extrusion 3D printing system

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Essentium ramps up manufacturing of Excessive Pace Extrusion 3D printing system


Essentium has introduced it’s ramping up manufacturing of its Excessive Pace Extrusion (HSE) additive manufacturing platforms.

The corporate has additionally expanded its worldwide operations with the appointments of a Common Supervisor for the Asia Pacific area and a Channel Gross sales Supervisor for Europe, Center East and Africa (EMEA). Additional to those developments, 2019 has additionally been a productive yr for Essentium by way of commercialising supplies with seven already added to the portfolio, and extra to return at Formnext.

These developments have come on account of rising market demand and regardless of Jabil’s filing of a trade secrets lawsuit against the Texas-based vendor this summer. Essentium has been working to carry to market an extrusion-based additive manufacturing platform that permits customers to scale to excessive volumes of elements. Powered by a high-speed movement system and a rising supplies portfolio, Essentium has been eyeing producers who want volumes of high-quality elements at velocity.

Transferring into manufacturing of its HSE platforms, of which there are three fashions (LT, S, HT), Essentium can also be creating a presence within the Asia Pacific and EMEA markets. Benoit Valin, who has beforehand led a number of 3D printing consultancies and was additionally the Director of Enterprise Growth for Asia at Ultimaker, has been appointed Common Supervisor within the Asia Pacific, whereas Cyprien Decouty, previously Director of Channel Gross sales at AON3D and Formlabs, joins because the Channel Gross sales Supervisor within the EMEA.

“Whereas we carry rapid, ‘out of the field’ worth to producers by way of value benefit with a powerful ROI and accelerated time to market, it’s key that we keep as near the client as potential to supply ongoing assist and coaching. As such, buyer advocacy and robust execution as we ramp manufacturing will likely be key success elements to our continued growth in Asia Pacific and EMEA,” commented Lars Uffhausen, CFO, COO and co-founder of Essentium Inc. “With Benoit Valin and Cyprien Decouty, we now have the power of experience and expertise in Asia Pacific and EMEA to allow our progress.”

Supplementing the corporate’s worldwide progress, Essentium can also be making strides on the supplies facet, giving customers of its HSE platform entry to an extra seven supplies already this yr, together with TPU 80A-Z, an ESD-safe, ultra-flexible grade, and TPU 90A-FR, a flame-retardant materials appropriate for the electronics and aerospace markets. At Formnext, Essentium is about to introduce a portfolio of superior high-temperature nylon supplies, which, having been mixed with carbon fibre, are stated to be as much as 4 instances stronger than high-performance ABS grades and have a warmth deflection temperature of 200°C.

Going ahead, the corporate is dedicated to increasing its supplies portfolios additional. The corporate is championing an open ecosystem strategy and has additionally aligned with the likes of BASF to make sure the calls for of business are constantly met.

“Once you take away the roadblocks to innovation, you allow buyer success,” provided Blake Teipel, CEO and co-founder of Essentium Inc. “There aren’t any higher proof factors than an increasing pipeline and rising buyer demand as an example how a lot the manufacturing market is responding to open ecosystems and the liberty to innovate on their very own phrases.”

Essentium will exhibit in Corridor 12.1, Stand D31 at Formnext between November 19-22, 2019 in Frankfurt.

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