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To “provide broader additive fabrication solutions for a demanding and receptive Japanese automotive and durable goods marketplace,” 3D printing, rapid prototyping, and rapid manufacturing system supplier 3D Systems Corp. (Rock Hill, SC) has formed a nonexclusive agreement with the DMEC Stereolithography unit of specialty chemical supplier JSR Corp. (Tokyo) to market and sell its line of iPro SLA Precision Centers and Accura stereolithography resins, which are used with the iPro.
February 9, 2009
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(Tokyo) to market and sell its line of iPro SLA Precision Centers and Accura stereolithography resins, which are used with the iPro. The iPro SLAs will be installed and run at DMEC’s materials development and RP center at its parent JSR Corp.’s R&D center in Japan.
“We believe that the entire family of iPro SLA Precision Centers is ideally suited for the Japanese marketplace, with its compact footprint and legendary stereolithography performance, which is based on decades of 3D Systems’ patented SLA technology,” says Abe Reichental, president and CEO of 3D Systems.—[email protected]
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