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Creating a better and healthier world
September 25, 2017   
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Create a world driven by innovation is the underlying idea of the Materialise S. A. which is a world leader in software solutions and 3D-printing services. On 21 September new factory in Bielany Wroc³awskie next to Wroc³aw was opened.
The company provides innovative solutions in industries such as healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design and consumer goods. They build innovative 3D printing applications that aim to make the world a better and healthier place. Materialise placed in Poland is now entirely focused on complementing their prototyping production with Certified Additive Manufacturing.
Fried Vancraen, the Founder and Chief executive officer, says that the location of the factory nearby Wroc³aw is the best choice in Poland due to availability of highly qualified young people with technological background. Moreover, he mentioned that the company received a good welcome from the local authorities and they still offer support.
The new building in Bielany Wroc³awskie will expand production providing capacity for over 80 Laser Sintering machines (plastic powder-based 3D printers) in the future. What is more, the new building will also provide a much larger space for expanding staff numbers. This growth will enable Materialise to increase production in Europe, as well as create new jobs in the region and boost the local economy.
Managing Director Piotr Adamczewski says: “This new facility will allow us to invest in the growing economy of Poland and create job opportunities for the people living in the Wroclaw region. With the extra space, we will now be the largest 3D printing facility in Poland.”
Right now Materialise’s Factory for 3D Printing has over 150 machines which cover all major 3D printing technologies, spread over production facilities in Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Belgium and others. The need to expand production capacity arose from recent additions to the company’s manufacturing offer (such as HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology) as well as steadily growing associated brands such as RapidFit. It will also allow Materialise to continue offering higher quality of service, as well as remaining a trusted and competitive industry leader.
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