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Wazp launches Spark, a platform for designers and engineers

Spark offers ready to print, fully customizable 3D files

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WAZP, a global end-to-end supply chain for additive manufacturing has created a 3D printing solutions-focused platform called Spark. The platform will assist businesses trying to adopt and reap the benefits of additive manufacturing when producing products and components.

Spark offers files that are ready to print, fully customizable, have varying applications and functionality, and can be used across a wide range of industries. Co-Founder and COO Mariana Kobal said: “Spark is a scalable platform that gives an opportunity to choose ready off-the-shelf solutions suitable for different applications. We are delighted to start this initiative and aim to continuously expand the range and portfolio of solutions.”

Designers and engineers can download the required 3D solutions directly from Spark, customize and adapt them to suit their product requirements. By harnessing the power of Additive Manufacturing, Wazp inspires companies to produce quality products, closer to the point of need whilst achieving industry-defining pricing, increased design complexity, and efficient processes to support clients’ adoption of digital content manufacturing with ease and efficiency.

Sustainability is built into the Wazp DNA by doing more with less, through a no-waste culture within the company. This means less waste and increased efficiency at all stages in the supply chain for their clients.

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