Thyssenkrupp’s 3D Printing facility up and running

Thyssenkrupp’s 3D Printing facility up and running

German steel and engineering conglomerate Thyssenkrupp, already known for pioneering graphene technologies, has announced that its purpose built 3D printing centre has opened and commenced production. Known as the “TechCenter Additive Manufacturing”, the facility is located in Mulheim am Ruhr boasts an EOS M290 metal 3D printing machine and a plastic selective laser sintering machine to supply custom parts. A smoother supply chain and more specialist products The suggestion for a 3D printing facility was first mooted in April this year by board member Hans-Joseph Hoss at the Hannover Messe , who emphasised the company’s desire to maintain control […]

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