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BigRep announces Boston HQ and expanded 3D printing services

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Large-format 3D printing company BigRep has announced the opening of a new headquarters and the expansion of its North American 3D printing services. Based in Boston, the new American headquarters will house the BigRep 3D PARTLAB.

Scheduled to open on February 10, the BigRep 3D PARTLAB will offer customized ordering services for a wide range of 3D printed parts—including prototypes, tooling, molds and end-use components. The service will rely on BigRep’s large-format additive manufacturing systems and BigRep’s portfolio of engineering-grade materials.

BigRep HQ Boston

“Addressing a growing demand in the market for flexible AM printing services, BigRep 3D PARTLAB will set a new standard in customer services for both existing and new industrial clients looking for innovative AM solutions from proven professionals,” commented Frank Marangell, BigRep CBO and President of BigRep America. “PARTLAB will support both our partners and customers who are over capacity and assist other companies in need of large-format parts printed by industry experts.”

In addition to the new service bureau, the new Boston-based headquarters will feature a showroom equipped with several of BigRep’s AM systems, including the STUDIO G2 series, STUDIO ONE series and PRO series. The large-format systems offer a build volume upwards of 500 x 1000 x 500 mm.

BigRep was founded in Berlin, Germany in 2014 and has expanded globally over the years. Today, it has offices in Germany, Singapore and now Boston. The company’s previous American base was located in Wilmington, Massachusetts. Its large-format systems have been used to produce all manner of parts and products, including parts for the LOCI pod car, and the NERA e-motorcycle.

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