Technology Applied raises PLN 4.8 million for the development of its machinery park

Technology Applied – the largest Polish company providing 3D printing services, announced the commencement of an EU project with a total value of PLN 4.8 million, under which the company will install the first in this part of Europe complete system for post-production of printed details from DyeMansion and a complete HP production line , working in MultiJet Fusion technology. Thanks to this, Technology Applied will be able to offer a comprehensive polymer 3D printing service, including MJF and SLS powder technologies, SLA and UV LCD photopolymer technologies and FDM / FFF thermoplastics.

The suppliers of the DyeMansion and HP MJF systems are Bibus Menos and Integrart. Financing will be provided by the Marshal’s Office of the Podlaskie Voivodeship, and formal and substantive support was provided by the Metal Processing Cluster.

Jarosław Kozak, founder and president of Technology Applied, commented on the funding: “Thanks to the funds obtained, we are consolidating our leading position on the Polish market of 3D printing services and a serious player on the European market. Today, exports at Technology Applied account for 32% of revenues, and we count on even more.”


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