Zortrax has declared the unveiling of an additive manufacturing service. This 3D printing service is expected to harness the firm’s whole product collection.
It will enable clients to have access to printed pieces for their prototyping, end-use product, and tooling applications. These are clients who wish to embrace additive manufacturing but cannot justify obtaining a device and utilizing it in the organization.
Zortrax’s print field comprises of more than 200 additive manufacturing systems. The systems are created of its 5 extrusion-based prints and one resin-based print. They will be utilized to satisfy the needs of firms across the world.
Individuals and businesses may utilize the service by completing an application through the Zortrax website. After that, they can upload a CAD file for the specialist of Zortrax to analyze. The experts will find out which Zortrax’s LPD Plus, LPD, or UV LCD technologies is extremely fit for the usage and the firm’s materials.
LPD Plus and LPD technologies are extrusion choices. The previous has one extrusion abilities and powers M300 Plus and Zortrax’s M200 Plus devices. The latter has double extrusion potential and gives power to the M300 Dual. It also powers Inventure and newly launched Endureal systems. Meanwhile, UV LCD is the resin-based procedure utilized in the Zortrax Inkspire program.
Zortrax thinks this scale of printing capacity will enable it to run a variety of processes. This is from the dental and jewelry outputs to electronic coverings and automotive pieces.
When commenting on this, Rafał Tomasiak, the CEO of Zortrax said the following:
“The introduction of custom printing services is another stage in the company’s development and a response to market needs.”
“We want to be not only a manufacturer of equipment but also a partner for everyone interested in implementing 3D technology in their projects or on the production line. Custom printing means opening another segment of customers who do not necessarily have their own equipment but who want to take advantage of the possibilities offered by 3D printing.”