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Evolve introduces ‘Production Assessment Program’

The program allows clients to work with a team of engineering experts to analyze and validate the business case of their additive applications

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Evolve Additive Solutions, a global leader in the manufacturing of capital equipment and ABS thermoplastic production parts, has launched its “Production Assessment Program”.

The program allows clients to work with a team of engineering experts to analyze and validate the business case of their additive applications on Evolve’s SVP (Scaled Volume Production) platform, powered by STEP (Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process) technology. Clients will then receive their high-fidelity parts, as well as a summary report with production validation data.

To accommodate this new program, Evolve’s headquarters in Minnetonka, MN, and the company’s Material Technology Center in Rochester, NY, have recently expanded. The Minnetonka facility has added a 11,500 square footage “Production Acceleration Center” which includes an SVP system experience center, a metrology test lab, a post-processing lab, training facilities, and a production parts showroom. The Rochester, NY location has added 6,000 square footage and continues to test and develop new materials.

“This is an exciting time in the growth of Evolve. This expansion will allow us to continue on our path to be the industry leader for higher volume of production thermoplastic applications within the additive manufacturing space,” said Joe Allison, CEO of Evolve. “In addition, it provides us the opportunity to show the entire process from discover to delivery.”

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