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Rejig and Amecos partner to launch S100 SLS 3D printer

The fully open industrial level 3D printing platform support 100% reused powder materials

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Rejig, a Belgian SLS technology specialist, is taking the next step in commercializing its S100 SLS 3D printer in the European industrial AM market. The Rejig S100 is a large volume industrial SLS machine. The set-up allows for a more efficient printing process that is more cost-effective and more sustainable at the same time. On the Rejig partnered with Amecos, a German industrial AM consultancy company, to launch the S100 in the DACH region.

Amecos, with a highly experienced sales consultant team for industrial additive manufacturing, advises companies throughout the whole manufacturing process. They represent AM machine manufacturers like Axtra 3D, Q.BIG 3D, 2oneLab and Xolo, as well as postprocessing equipment and software solutions like Trinckle or material specialist GS Pro.

Rejig and Amecos partner to launch S100 SLS 3D printer, a fully open industrial 3D printing platform supporting 100% reused powder materials
From left to right: Tom Peeters, Product Manager Rejig; Andreas Tulaj, Managing Director Amecos; Steffen Reinfurth, Managing Director Amecos; Dennis Vandenbussche, CEO Rejig. The object in the picture is an artefact printed in one piece on the S100 with PA12 material.

Andreas Tulaj, co-founder at Amecos, explained why this is a crucial partnership: “With the addition of the S100, we now cover any need in the industrial AM market. The SLS market opportunity is enormous, but is one of the toughest, most demanding market segments in additive manufacturing. It’s been a long time since a mature machine like the S100 entered the market.” The S100 has already proven its effectiveness as a large volume work horse at the manufacturing facilities of Materialise.

“The open parameters allow them to print with extremely low refresh rates – it’s possible to print with 100% used PA12, that’s a game changer, economically and ecologically. Next to that, by building and servicing S100s, Rejig showed their skills as a reliable machine builder and maintenance partner. If there’s a company ready to challenge the status quo in the SLS market, it’s Rejig.”

The Rejig S100 is a fully open and flexible large size (510x510x500mm) polymer laser sintering machine providing low total cost of ownership and suited for applications ranging from rapid prototyping to serial production. It was developed together with Materialise with the main goal of creating a machine that could meet the needs of production managers and operators. The result is an intuitive machine with a large build volume, open parameters and a user friendly UX. Rejig has the exclusive right to build, sell and further develop the S100 machine worldwide.

Moreover, the S100 is the only commercially available machine to run the Materialise Bluesint printing process, allowing to re-use up to 100% of waste powder. Therefore, the S100 is perfectly suited to shift the needle from prototyping to series production while minimizing fresh powder cost.

“Manufacturing companies are more and more looking for open AM machine platforms. You can compare it to CNC milling, nobody accepts a black box there, controlling your machine is essential to get the best parts out of them. In our vision, the same applies to industrial AM machines”, said Dennis Vandenbussche, Rejig’s founder and CEO. “Amecos has a very deep knowledge of the industrial AM landscape in the DACH region and it would be impossible for us to succeed without such a strong partner that combines an impressive network and expertise with a transparent, professional and above all human approach.”

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Davide Sher

Since 2002, Davide has built up extensive experience as a technology journalist, market analyst and consultant for the additive manufacturing industry. Born in Milan, Italy, he spent 12 years in the United States, where he completed his studies at SUNY USB. As a journalist covering the tech and videogame industry for over 10 years, he began covering the AM industry in 2013, first as an international journalist and subsequently as a market analyst, focusing on the additive manufacturing industry and relative vertical markets. In 2016 he co-founded London-based VoxelMatters. Today the company publishes the leading news and insights websites VoxelMatters.com and Replicatore.it, as well as VoxelMatters Directory, the largest global directory of companies in the additive manufacturing industry.

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