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Eplus3D opens new US subsidiary in Houston

Following the success of its first overseas subsidiary in Ludwigsburg, Germany

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Eplus3D, one of the leading Asian (and global) manufacturers of polymer and metal L-PBF systems, has established a new US subsidiary, in Houston – marking a significant milestone in the Chinese company’s global expansion. The grand opening follows the success of Eplus3D’s first overseas subsidiary, in Ludwigsburg, Germany.

Aligned with Eplus3D’s strategy in global expansion, the US subsidiary will serve as a hub for excellence – bridging the gap between groundbreaking technology and local expertise. This move enables the company to provide immediate, tailored support and services to its clients – ensuring they have access to the latest advancements in metal 3D printing.

The company is anticipating collaborations with local American businesses, educational institutions, and industry leaders – aiming to propel additive manufacturing to new heights. Through these partnerships, Eplus3D intends to create a thriving ecosystem that fuels creativity, fosters innovation, and transforms ideas into tangible reality.

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