A 3D printer developed by Höganäs has been installed at CETIM, the French industrial institute.
A 3D printer developed by Höganäs has been installed at CETIM, the French industrial institute.

A 3D printer developed by Höganäs has been installed at CETIM, the French industrial institute. The printer is part of a license agreement that was signed last year.

The printer, a Digital Metal P2000 is equipped with an upgraded build box, upgraded ink supply system as well as upgraded powder handling system.

‘It is a covered printer, reducing the noise level dramatically,’ said Hans Kimblad, technical sales manager at Höganäs. ‘The required safety footprint is also smaller compared to the open printer concept.’

CETIM is an industrial institute based in St Etienne, France.

This story is reprinted from material from Höganäs, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.