3DnA purchases Stratasys large-scale F900 3D printer

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3DnA SRL, one of Italy’s leading engineering services bureaus, purchased a Stratasys F900 3D printer after having successfully used Stratasys’s Fortus 450mc system for prototyping and end-use parts manufacturing. The purchase allows 3DnA to expand its production capabilities into new markets in transportation. The engineering firm will be focusing on expanding into train, bus, coach and drone tool and parts supply.
3DnA has been highly active in leveraging additive manufacturing for the design and production of polymers and metals. The company has witnessed over 50% business growth in industries such as aerospace, defense, automotive, medical, consumer goods and security. 3DnA has also completed several high-level collaborative research and development projects in its dedicated joint-lab (AMUV = Additive Manufacturing Under Vesuvius). This lab is operated as a collaboration with the Center of Advanced Metrology and Technology Services (CeSMA) of Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.
Pedal pin block for biomedical use, 3D printed on the Stratasys F900 in ULTEM™ 1010 resin
Stratasys’s F900 is a large-scale production 3D printer featuring a build size of 914.4 x 609.6 x 914.4 mm while offering extremely high print accuracy and repeatability. The system is capable of printing in 14 engineering-grade thermoplastics, including a range of ABS and …

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