Do’in3D bureau installs Prodways ProMaker P1000

Do’in3D, a French 3D printing service bureau based in Savoie Technolac, has installed a Prodways ProMaker P1000 laser sintering 3D printer.

French 3D printing service bureau Do in 3D has ordered a Prodways ProMaker P1000 laser sintering 3D printer.

Do’in3D chose the P1000 because of its large build platform and price of under $100,000. Stéphane Chat, founder of Do’In3D, explained: “We’ve founded Do’in3D to allow key industrial players to move toward 3D printing and allow them to benefit from a large choice among all existing technologies. We logically chose to increase our production capacity with Prodways’ Selective Laser Sintering 3D printer ProMaker P1000 which allows, thanks to its flexibility, us to provide solutions to all types of industrial applications in a record time.”

He added: “Prodways Selective Laser Sintering 3D printer allows us to print parts with geometry that can be very complex for prototyping, pre or small series with a large choice of materials. Thanks to this new tool, we are bringing to our customer the best industrial answer to their concept or industrialization questions.”

This is the third service bureau to install a P1000 in the last few months, with Creabis and Inovsys having also invested in this device.




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