Prodways Technologies announced in an official release that is has launched a new ecommerce website to sell its range of 3D printing materials. Prodways Technologies has developed different high performance 3D printing materials through its subsidiary Prodways Materials.
Speaking about the launch of their new e-commerce platform: www.prodwaysmaterials.com, Emanuel Mesaric, CEO at Prodways Materials said, “The launch of this ecommerce site is another strategic step forward for Prodways Materials. Thanks to its expertise in machines, its own team dedicated to the development of additive manufacturing materials, as well as industrial partnerships and R&D, Prodways Group continuously offers and develops premium 3D printing materials whose excellent performance paves the way to new, particularly promising applications for industry”.
Offering details about the aims that the company seeks to achieve through its new site, Sebastien Vercruysse, Business Development Director at Prodways Group said, “With the new website, www.prodwaysmaterials.com, our goal is to enable easier access to Prodways Materials’ expertise in the development of new 3D printing materials.”
The newly launched site www.prodwaysmaterials.com is targeted at end customers, includes more than twenty 3D printing materials products divided into two categories:
Resins: Resins for stereolithography (SLA®) or DLP® technology 3D printers, including CE-certified resins for surgical guidance medical applications, and high-resistance resins for plastic injection molding applications
Powder Materials for SLS Printers: Powder materials for Selective Laser Sintering (SLS®) printers, such as the TPU-70 – An elastomeric powder used by the leading players in sports footwear to print ultra-flexible soles, as well as the recent, highly shock-resistant PA6.12T SLS powder for automotive applications.
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