The BigRep team will soon be attending and exhibiting at the 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020 show (hosted by Dassault Systèmes) in Nashville from February 9-12, along with opening a new office in North America as they launch their 3D PARTLAB in Boston on February 10th.
The German-based BigRep is a leader in additive manufacturing technology and offers solutions to users engaged in large-format digital fabrication around the world (with existing offices in New York and Singapore too). The soon-to-open Boston office will be available to new and existing users, allowing them to enjoy a bigger facility with a showroom featuring the BigRep ‘fleet’ of large-format AM systems such as the STUDIO G2s, ONEs, and PROs.
“Addressing a growing demand in the market for flexible AM printing services, BigRep 3D PARTLAB will set a new standard in customer services for both existing and new industrial clients looking for innovative AM solutions from proven professionals,” says Frank Marangell, BigRep CBO and President of BigRep America.
“PARTLAB will support both our partners and customers who are over capacity and assist other companies in need of large-format parts printed by industry experts.”
The Boston office will offer AM demos and consulting, but more importantly, clients can look forward to customized ordering not just for useful prototypes but also functional 3D printed parts, to include molds and more. BigRep offers a wide range of engineering-grade materials, and the new PARTLAB will offer enormous potential to its customers in the US—along with comprehensive new services for industrial users throughout North America.
BigRep, founded in 2014, is known for its medium-format 3D printers. As they offer industrial users—and partners such as Bosch Rexroth, Etihad Airways and Deutsche Bahn—the ability to print on the large scale, they continue on their goal to transform manufacturing with greater speed, reliability, and efficiency.
At 3D EXPERIENCE World 2020, visitors will have the opportunity to mix with peers, 3D designers, innovators, engineers, and other business owners and leaders involved in ‘powering an industry renaissance.’
With over 350 sessions offered at the show, everyone involved can learn a lot, as well as connect with hundreds of other technology partners. The BigRep team will be there at booth 308, presenting one of their industrial AM systems, along with samples of 3D printed parts. Find out more about BigRep here, and 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020 here.
BigRep continues to maintain an international presence within the 3D printing and AM realm, and this is only expected to expand further with their latest move into Boston also. Over the years their team has contributed to important additive manufacturing research, along with showcasing ongoing new technology, and working with other industrial partners.
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