Northann Corp receives a patent for its proprietary 3D printing technology

Northann Corp – a company specializing in sustainable 3D printing, announced that it has obtained approval of one of the company’s key technologies – Dynamic Surface Enhancement (DSE), issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). DSE technology is an integral part of the 3D printing ecosystem of the company called Benchwick, which enables the user to achieve authentic textures and realistic details in 3D printed products.

Northann specializes in 3D printed flooring solutions under its flagship brand ‘Benchwick’. The company’s operations cover the full spectrum of additive manufacturing, from sourcing recycled ocean plastics to final production of complex flooring designs. The company offers a wide range of proprietary solutions, including Infinite Glass, DSE, TruBevel and MattMaster, primarily through its sales network in North America and Europe. The Company’s goal is to redefine the essence of modern flooring by offering stylish, durable and eco-conscious solutions.

“This patent approval for DSE is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team,” said Lin “Ken” Li, president and CEO of Northann Corp. “We are proud that our core technology has been recognized for the innovation and value it brings to the Benchwick 3D printing ecosystem. The company’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of 3D printing technology is further strengthened with this approval. Our company continually invests in research and development to bring groundbreaking solutions to market, giving companies and individuals the tools they need to turn their ideas into reality.”


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