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First Tunisian filament producer Nipovas launches new products

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Sfax-based Nipovas, the first local 3D printing filament manufacturer to emerge in Tunisia and, quite possibly, in all of Northern Africa, has officially launched its operations with a selection of new filament products. The company now offers a broad range of materials, from PLA to ABS, ASA, PET, TPU and various composites. From its very beginning, 3dpbm has made it a core point to cover both market-leading companies and the extreme capillarity of the global AM market. It is refreshing to see this industry continue to spread to new geographic areas, at many different levels.

Nipovas, the first filament manufacturer in Tunisia, launches new products including PLA to ABS, ASA, PET, TPU and various composites.

As a manufacturer of 3D printing filament, Nipovas is dedicated to pioneering flexible manufacturing in Tunisia and abroad, helping customers improve their competitive advantage using the benefits of additive manufacturing. With 3D printing, factories have the opportunity to increase their flexibility, adapting to the needs of an increasingly demanding and unpredictable market.

The company recently participated in the 10th Edition of the Sfax Company Fair, which took place in June at the Sfax International Fair. Sfax is the second industrial city and the most important business center in Tunisia. The most important local industries are leather and wool are also characterized by the cultivation of olive, almond, and fishing. It is also known for the people of Sfax mastering many traditional crafts and industries such as construction, handicrafts, carpentry, blacksmithing, and the production of the modern and traditional gold and silver.

Nipovas is working with its customers to enable the production of all kinds of customized objects without the need for expensive molds and manufacturing tools. Likewise, 3D printing is touted as a great opportunity for environmental sustainability, an important feature given the current climate situation and the importance of having sustainable manufacturing processes with less resource consumption and waste generation.

 

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