3Dvisual Becomes Spanish Distributor of VSHAPER 3D Printersakielar
Spanish economy continues to enjoy solid growth which has been on for several years now, bringing about the development of new, innovative technologies. It is in Spain where a titanium 3D Printed chest implant was implanted into patient’s chest, houses and concrete bridges are 3D Printed and Spanish scientists develop 3D Printing machine able to print functional human skin. This innovative Spain is where Polish manufacturer of VSHAPER 3D Printers will offer their solutions.
The number of VSHAPER 3D Printing solutions distributors is growing constantly. Recently, the group has been joined by 3DHUB, which offers VSHAPER industrial 3D Printers on the Belarusian market, and Alpha Products & Systems representing VERASHAPE in Singapore. The company is now entering into cooperation with another European distributor of their machines – 3Dvisual. The manufacturer will be represented by their new distributor on the Spanish market.
VERASHAPE’s new distributor – 3Dvisual, is a renowned supplier of machines operating in SLS, DLP and SLA technology as well as 3D scanners. The company also provides 3D Printing services, 3D scanning, prototype design and production, as well as training in the use of 3D Printers.
The expansion of Spanish economy has been going on for several years bringing about the development of new, innovative technologies. It is here in Spain where a titanium 3D Printed chest implant was implanted into patient’s chest, houses and concrete bridges are 3D Printed, Spanish scientists develop 3D Printing machine able to print functional human skin. It is the Spaniards who have developed a 3D Printer for food production that prints burgers with cheese and pizza with tomato sauce, among others. Spanish scientists have invented a revolutionary, highly innovative 3D Printer that will be able to print functional human skin.
Truly revolutionary things in the field of 3D Printing technology are happening now in Spain. The country is open to innovation and development, which is why we need to be present there with our solutions. We want to be everywhere where 3D Printing crosses new barriers and makes the impossible possible – comments Tomasz Szymański, the founder and CEO of VERASHAPE.