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Dynamical Tools rebrands as Dynamical 3D, partners with Carbon

The AM company becomes Carbon's first production partner in Spain

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Spanish manufacturing company Dynamical Tools has rebranded itself as Dynamical 3D and launched three independent branches all geared towards the additive manufacturing market. The three branches include Dynamical Tools, Dynamical Materials and Dynamical Printing. Together, the three divisions will offer a complete 3D printing solution to Dynamical Tools’ global clients.

The first of the branches, Dynamical Tools, is centered on the development of industrial 3D printers that are versatile and affordable. The company says it will continue to scale its business to meet growing demand for 3D printing products by investing in a new facility and upping its production capacity.

Presently, the company offers a range of 3D printers, including the DTLITE, an accessible industrial 3D printer; the DT60, a versatile production 3D printer; and the HT45, a high temperature 3D printer compatible with industrial-grade materials.

Dynamical Materials, as the name suggests, is focused on 3D printing materials. The branch was formed through partnerships with filament suppliers and aims to offer a range of industrial-quality 3D printing materials to clients. The materials offered through Dynamical Materials will be specially certified for Dynamical Tools products and come with specific parameters.

Its growing material range currently consists of PLA, ABS, TPU, ASA, HIPS, PC-ABS, PVA, PLA HQ, PETG, PA12 Carbon and PETG Carbon.

Finally, Dynamical Printing will fulfill orders for high-quality 3D printed parts for its clients. Notably, Dynamical 3D has partnered with digital manufacturing company Carbon, becoming the latter’s first production partner in Spain. Dynamical Printing will adopt Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis technology to complement machines developed at Dynamical Tools.

Dynamical 3D
Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis technology

The partnership agreement with Carbon will give Dynamical 3D the tools to take on large 3D printed part orders at a competitive price—even competing with the cost of traditional injection molding.

The company writes on its website: “At Dynamical Printing we have a large 3D printing laboratory equipped with all the technologies developed by Dynamical Tools, as well as the Digital Light Synthesis technology from the alliance with Carbon. This strategic collaboration for both companies gives us the recognition of being the first Carbon Production Partner in Spain, from where we offer the service in a global way through our resellers network.”

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Tess Boissonneault

Tess Boissonneault is a Montreal-based content writer and editor with five years of experience covering the additive manufacturing world. She has a particular interest in amplifying the voices of women working within the industry and is an avid follower of the ever-evolving AM sector. Tess holds a master's degree in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam.

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