PartsToGo expands additive manufacturing capabilities with four new large-format SLA 3D printers

Stratasys announced that the German service office PartsToGo has invested in another four 3D printers based on the stereolithography (SLA) technique. The company installed three Neo800 and one Neo450 3D printers to complement its existing fleet of Neo450 and Neo800 models. The aim of the investment is to produce high-quality, accurate and repeatable parts for customer needs in the field of industrial applications. Currently, PartsToGo’s entire fleet of Neo 3D printers consists of six systems, with installation of the seventh Neo planned in the next few weeks.

Neo 3D printers will play a leading role in the new specialized facility that PartsToGo has established in the Black Forest region. The facility, which opened earlier this year, offers 24/7 production and features updated logistics capabilities, a dedicated showroom, as well as two automation stations to scale 3D printing production.

PartsToGo has evolved from a company aimed at showing customers the possibilities of 3D printing to a full-fledged service office. This was driven by growing demand from customers who did not have their own additive manufacturing expertise or who lacked the manufacturing requirements to justify investing in their own 3D printer.

Essential to PartsToGo’s delivery of high-quality resin models are Stratasys Somos WaterShed XC 11122 and Somos WaterShed Black. These are versatile resins that provide detailed parts with a waterproof and smooth finish, ultimately speeding up testing times. PartsToGo also uses Somos PerFORM for applications requiring a stronger, stiffer material with high heat resistance, such as instrumentation and electrical enclosures.

PartsToGo enjoys maximum flexibility in material selection thanks to the Neo Series open material system. Finishing time is reduced by up to 50% due to quality, speed and detail, which ensures the production of highly accurate and repeatable parts.

Source: Stratasys press materials

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