ATMAT – polish manufacturer of large-format 3D printers, is building a production hall with an area of approx. 2500 m2. The investment is being implemented, among others thanks to co-financing of an EU project from the “Research for the market” program “The implementation of an innovative technology improving the quality of 3D printing and enabling the serial production of Europe’s largest large-scale industrial 3D printer”. The total value of the project is over EUR 2 million. The new hall will contain office and production facilities for the production of steel components and for the serial production of 3D printers. The planned completion of construction is the second half of 2020.

ATMAT operates in the area of production of 3D printers working in FDM / FFF technology, industrial machines, robotic stations and technological lines. Last year, the company employed 110 people.

The hall being constructed will have 1850 m2 of production area and 470 m2 of mezzanine. Over 200 m2 of office space is also planned in the usable space. Thanks to the investment, the company intends to increase its production and sales fourfold. In addition, steel components will be manufactured in the new hall by forming and milling sheets, which will enable the company to produce independently.

Paweł Ślusarczyk
CEO of 3D Printing Center. Has over 15 years' experience in buisiness, gained in IT, advertising and polygraphy. Part of 3D printing industry since 2013.

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