Eight years since its establishment, and multiple international collaborations later – Eplus3D, a leading Chinese additive manufacturer, has moved its headquarters into a new building, located in the city of Hangzhou, China. This new headquarters, with an area of over 23,000m², provides an increased capacity for research and development, production, marketing and sales, and technical applications. As well as a new showroom.
According to Eplus3D, the company “is in the stage of leap-forward development” – with Eplus3D’s industrial-grade, independently developed, designed, and manufactured, 3D printing machines being sold to more than 40 countries and regions around the world (including Europe, America, Japan, South Korea, South East Asia, and many more). Together with the establishment of the company’s German subsidiary, Eplus3D has further developed its business in both domestic, and overseas markets – successfully forming its global marketing network. The company attributes the development of Eplus3D to “the long-term care and support of customers and friends from all walks of life.”
The new headquarter is equipped with a multitude of Eplus3D’s metal additive manufacturing machines, including EP-M650s (with quad lasers), EP-M450Hs (with the largest building chamber), EP-M260s and EP-M300s (a well-suited choice for batch production), EP-M150s (for industrial and medical applications), as well as other metal AM machines, and SLS and SLA additive manufacturing machines. The headquarters will also be used as a demonstration facility, and to provide additive manufacturing solutions, proof of concept development, consulting services, and training for customers in the aerospace, aviation, automotive, medical, machinery, and tooling industries.
With this successful move, and its continuous investment into research and development, and excellent service to global customers, Eplus3D proves its commitment to its mission of further industrializing additive manufacturing, and transforming today’s industry, and intends to keep growing and accelerating the development and promotion of additive manufacturing.