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Platinum 3D Service Bureau Acquires Prodways ProMaker L6000

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At the “Commission Industrie” event, held on Friday, January 20th at the Champagne-Ardenne Technological Industries Training Center of Charleville-Mézières, French 3D printing service bureau Platinum 3D introduced its latest equipment: the 3D printer ProMaker L6000 from Prodways, a subsidiary of Groupe Gorgé.

At this event, Platinium 3D, which offers 3D printing services using a variety of industrial AM technologies, organized several technical discussions regarding the possibilities provided by the MOVINGLight® technology, mainly in the fields of machining operations, foundry tooling, plastics processing and industrial control.

  • Platinium 3D: a cutting-edge technological & scientific platform

Platinium 3D is a technologic and scientific platform dedicated to the production of metallic parts through additive manufacturing processes.

Platinum 3D also offer voxeljet binder jetting technologies as well as powder bed fusion metal 3D printing services
Platinum 3D also offer voxeljet binder jetting technologies as well as powder bed fusion metal 3D printing services

Open to all (companies, public & private laboratories, technical centers, training centers, etc.) and equipped with significant training and research & development tools, Platinium 3D supports its customers in the industrialization of additive manufacturing processes, most notably in the key fields of  tooling, wearing parts and high dimensions parts.

Objectives of Platinium 3D are numerous:

  • increase the use additive manufacturing in compnies and improve user skills
  • create and innovate in key industrial applications
  • promote the emergence of new partnership projects (R&D, training, etc.)
  • become an entry point to common means

In order to support industrial companies in their projects, Platinium 3D owns a Technological Industries Training Center equipped with latest additive manufacturing technologies in Champagne-Ardenne.

At the “Commission Industrie” event, Platinium 3D showcased the ProMaker L6000 from Prodways, which is the latest addition to the Center’s 3D printing equipment line-up.

Based on MOVINGLight technology, patented by Prodways, the ProMaker L6000 functions by executing the polymerization of photosensitive resins using moving DLP (Digital Light Processing) UV rays, delivering a unique combination of high resolution and fast throughput.

Thanks to its high production capacity combined with a high level of precision, this industrial 3D printer offers huge potential for industrial tooling applications.

This announcement displays the commitment to the common objectives of Prodways and Platinium 3D to make available technological & scientific  tools that allow companies to develop and maintain a high level of competency, and also to deliver products with high differentiation, allowing them to be more competitive in their growing markets.

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