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Prodways Group launches new Muse jewelry printer

And sells a MovingLight and a P1000X printer to 'leading' industrial customers

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Prodways Group, a specialist in industrial and professional 3D printing, has secured two new printer orders from industrial customers. The first, a leading global player in the optics industry, has acquired a new MovingLight printer to continue joint R&D work with Prodways for a potential mass-production application. The second, a world leader in the tire industry, has acquired a P1000X printer based on laser powder sintering (SLS) technology for its manufacturing laboratory.

These two sales illustrate the adoption of 3D printing technologies by demanding industrial sectors that are producing large volumes of parts. The potential for deploying 3D printing with this type of client comforts Prodways Group’s ambition to support customers in all sectors of mass production and to provide them with large-scale industrial competitiveness.

With the same goal, Prodways Group launched a new generation of small 3D printers dedicated to the jewelry industry, last month. The new Muse printer uses Drop on Demand technology and the high-end 3D printable wax developed by Prodways. Combined, they enable reliable precision of 25 µm and meet the needs of the luxury industry – a sector that requires customized parts for every client. The commercialization of this new printer, for $15,000 per unit (excluding materials and maintenance), began at the end of June, with a reported potential output of several hundred units a year as soon as 2024.

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