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Technology Applied announces the installation of its fourth large-format SLS 3D printer – EOS P396

Technology Applied – the largest Polish company providing 3D printing services, announced the installation of another large-format SLS 3D printer – EOS P396. Currently, the company has four systems of this type – all produced by a German manufacturer, as well as the latest model of the MJF 3D printer – HP Jet Fusion 3D 5210, installed in the middle of this year, which also uses polyamide powders or elastomers. Thanks to this investment, Technology Applied intends to further increase the company’s processing capacity, which directly translates into an increase in its revenues.

As Jarosław Kozak, president and founder of Technology Applied, says, subsequent investments in industrial, high-performance 3D printers dedicated to additive serial production are directly reflected in its growing revenues. “Our company is growing geometrically. In 2022, we recorded +76% higher revenues compared to the previous year, and now – taking into account 2023, the current year-on-year revenue growth is already +46%.”

The year 2023 is very abundant in terms of innovation in the Białystok company. In June, the mentioned HP Jet Fusion 3D 5210 3D printer using MultiJet Fusion technology was launched. It is a modern and highly efficient industrial additive machine with high throughput, counted in hundreds or thousands of parts produced per month. The dimensions of the working chamber are 380 x 284 x 380 mm, the maximum 3D printing speed is 5058 cm³/hour, and the standard height of the printed layer is 0.08 mm. The machine uses materials such as polyamides PA11, PA12, PA12 GB (with glass fiber), BASF TPU and BASF PP (polypropylene). The 3D printer comes with a fully automated post-processing station.

In July, Technology Applied installed two more modules of a modern system for automatic post-processing of 3D prints from DyeMansion – Powershot S DM60 for coloring 3D prints and Powerfuse S for chemical smoothing in the injection molding standard.

In November, it established close cooperation with AMFG, implementing its MES software to optimize its additive manufacturing processes. This solution significantly accelerated the processes of pricing 3D prints and generating orders, making them more transparent and user-friendly. Thanks to the integration of AMFG software, the response to the request for quotation was accelerated by +70% in the case of inquiries handled by a salesperson. Additionally, this process has become fully automated for offers and orders placed via the Instant Quote portal.

The latest installation of the EOS P396 3D printer is another step in optimizing and increasing the company’s processing capacity. The machine has a working area of 340 x 340 x 600 mm, which allows the production of dozens / hundreds of parts during one production process, or individual parts with dimensions of up to 400 mm in the XY axes and over 600 mm in the Z axis, in the case of their arrangement diagonally in the working chamber.

Technology Applied, in addition to powder 3D printers, also offers machines working in other additive techniques – SLA, UV LCD or FDM / FFF. As for the first of them, the company has a large-format 3D printer DWS Systems XPR S with a working area of 300 x 300 x 300 mm.

Last year, Technology Applied printed a total of nearly 180,000 parts. In 2023, which is still ongoing, that number will be significantly higher based on the company’s year-over-year revenue growth alone.

Source: Technology Applied press materials

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