The new office in Shanghai will serve as a hub for Anisoprint’s expansion in the Asia-Pacific region, providing local customers with access to its industry-leading 3D printing solutions and services. The office will also support Anisoprint’s existing partners in the region and facilitate the development of new partnerships with companies interested in leveraging the power of 3D printing to innovate and optimize their operations. The new location brings with it novel opportunities for R&D activities and further technology development with the support of local institutions.
"We are excited to open our new office in Shanghai and to be located in the AMTC 3D Printing Center," said Fedor Antonov, CEO of Anisoprint. "This move represents a significant milestone for our company, as we continue to expand our global presence and bring our cutting-edge 3D printing technologies to customers around the world. We look forward to working with our partners in the region to unlock new opportunities and drive innovation."
AMTC, where Anisoprint’s new office is located, is a world-class facility that provides access to the latest 3D printing technologies, materials, and expertise. The center is dedicated to driving innovation and helping companies explore the full potential of 3D printing.
The Centre welcomes other 3D printing companies like BigRep, HP, and Intamsys. The companies’ expertise aligns with their focus on innovation, sustainability, and aim to drive the adoption of 3D printing in key industries.
The opening of the new office in Shanghai represents a significant achievement for Anisoprint and underscores the company’s commitment to expanding its global reach and delivering innovative 3D printing solutions to customers around the world.
Anisoprint is a Luxembourg-based hardware startup that manufactures 3D Printers that enable the production of continuous fiber reinforced plastic parts that can replace metal ones in aerospace, engineering, and many other fields while lowering costs and increasing productivity.
The company’s patented technology of Continuous Fiber Coextrusion (CFC), allows for the creation of lattice structures, which are essential for multimaterial optimization and production. These parts are lighter, stronger, and less expensive than metal counterparts.
For more information: https://anisoprint.com
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