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PostProcess Holds Grand Opening For New Worldwide Headquarters

BUFFALO, N.Y., Sept. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — PostProcess Technologies, the Buffalo, NY-based company that is the first and only to automate post-printing for the industrial 3D printing market, unveiled its newly-completed Headquarters during a Grand Opening ceremony held on September 22nd. Home to the majority of the company’s rapidly growing team, it includes the company’s FINISH3D™ lab for research and development activities, customer benchmarking, training, and solution demonstrations.

The PostProcess team celebrated alongside state and local officials, New York State Senator Tim Kennedy, as well as customers, strategic suppliers, and investors. New York State invested in PostProcess through the capital investment arm of Empire State Development, contributing $1 million of its $4 million initial seed round in April.

“It’s an exciting day for PostProcess to reach this milestone as a result of continued adoption of our groundbreaking technology solutions that are transforming the additive manufacturing market,” commented Daniel J. Hutchinson, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, PostProcess Technologies.

“I am quite truly impressed with what PostProcess is creating – an innovation that will remove what has become the bottleneck and allow for volume production of additive parts at the exact moment the market needs a solution to scale up,” commented Ulf Ivarsson, Founder and Chairman at AB Stratio and PostProcess investor. “In my experience as an investor, with dozens of successful startup ventures, I see the promising indicators of what is going to be a thrilling journey, with today’s Grand Opening as one of many exciting moments to come.”

Along with its new Headquarters, PostProcess unveiled a new logo, designed to better communicate its position as world leader innovations for 3D post-printing. The company’s creation of a platform developed from hundreds of thousands of 3D printed benchmarks into a recommendation model for accelerating additive manufacturing into high volume production is a key company pursuit.  

As one of the most exciting startups in the 3D printing space, PostProcess has grown from its first headquarters of 120 square feet to now over 6000 square feet. “With our rapid growth in employees and customer installations, this progressive headquarters space will allow us to better capture and serve the incredible inbound demand for our revolutionary, breakthrough solutions,” said Jeff Mize, CEO, PostProcess.

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Worldwide shipments of 3D printers to double by end of 2016: Gartner

Nearly 456,000 3D printers will be shipped globally by the end of the year, doubling the 219,000 units that were shipped last year, according to IT analyst firm Gartner, with 44 percent of this growth within the enterprise sector alone.

The global 3D printer market is booming, with the number of units shipped in 2020 estimated to reach more than 6.7 million, according to Gartner’s forecast.

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3D printing was once a niche market, with the technology primarily being used for prototyping.

But over the last decade, more and more uses have come to market, especially in the healthcare and manufacturing industries. For example, last month researchers at Northwestern University developed a new 3D-printable synthetic bone that could help transform major surgery.

“3D-printed personalized medical devices — hearing aids, dental implants and braces, and prosthetic limbs — are more common than many people know. So, too, are the uses of 3D printing to produce not only prototypes and finished goods, but also the tools, jigs and fixtures that are then used to make something else,” the Gartner report states.

The analyst firm said the growth of 3D printing is driven by private and public sector organisations becoming aware of the threat that 3D printing poses to industries that rely on conventional manufacturing technologies for sales. These organisations also recognise the potential to lose orders for high-value, short-run, and customised products.

The 3D printer market currently constitutes seven technologies, with material extrusion forecast to lead the market due to the low cost of entry-level material extrusion printers.

Stereolithography printer shipments is also expected to grow rapidly as new providers enter the market and the range of printable materials expands. At the moment, materials used in 3D printing include glass, plastics, ceramics, resins, metals, sand, textiles, biomaterials, and food.

“The primary market driver for consumer 3D printers costing under $2,500 is the acquisition of low-cost devices by educational institutions and enterprise engineering, marketing, and creative departments,” said Pete Basiliere, research vice president at Gartner.

“3D printers are being utilised for several applications and subjects by students in secondary and postsecondary schools where the use of 3D printers can prepare students for many career paths, such as engineering, manufacturing, aerospace and robotics.”

The primary enterprise 3D printer market drivers are the part quality, material advances, and the devices’ ability to make prototypes, tools, fixtures, and finished goods.

Prototyping will remain the primary enterprise use for 3D printers throughout the four-year forecast period. The use of 3D printing to improve manufacturing will grow to 75 percent of enterprises by 2020, according to Gartner.

Nearly 65 percent of manufacturers that expect to use 3D printers will be using them to produce components of the products they sell or service by 2020.

“Aircraft and aerospace manufacturers have been taking this approach for years, using 3D printers to produce low-volume parts and small lots of parts with complex designs,” said Basiliere.

“Military organisations, whose equipment often has very long lives, are working with defense contractors to evaluate 3D printing of replacement and modified components on shore and at sea.”

EnvisionTEC & Somos Collaborate to Create Superior 3D Printing Materials for Users Worldwide

envisionteclogoThe 3D printing industry quickly went from fledgling to fast paced–and competitive as all get out. While much of the world economy thrives on business, it can be a dog-eat-dog scene, as most everyone knows. And it can get lonely at the top as well. Every so often though, a dynamic partnership comes along offering all the right ingredients for two successful companies to complement each other perfectly, with the goal being to benefit their customer base.

PrintWhat better way to bring out the best around the world for users in 3D printing than to merge one of the leading producers of 3D printing solutions with one of the top materials manufacturers? For EnvisionTEC, founded in 2002, and a company with dual headquarters in Gladbeck, Germany and Dearborn, Michigan, it made perfect sense to team up with another international entity like Somos.

“Somos consistently produces cutting-edge materials for 3D printing,” says John Hartner, Chief Operating Officer of EnvisionTEC. “Working together will accelerate the possibility of producing large industrial parts with a high level of performance at much faster speeds.”

A world leader in additive manufacturing material development, Somos actually functions as a product brand of DMS, a global science-based company that focuses not only on materials development, but has a strong focus on innovative solutions that “nourish, protect and improve” performance globally from food to alternative energy to electronics and far more. They are dedicated to 3D printing, with the belief that it is a “major change agent for the world creating brighter lives for people today and generations to come.”

Developing materials for over 25 years, Somos has also been in the business of creating stereolithography resins. Currently, they have 15 different resins on the market, which are used in many applications, to include areas like the automotive industry and injection molding.

“We are very excited to be working with EnvisionTEC,” said Melissa Lutz, Business Director for Somos. “Their new, 3SP large-frame machines produce parts two to three times faster than the existing, industry-leading equipment. We can’t wait to develop high-performance materials that enable their equipment to expand into new industrial applications.”

Somos-PerFORM-Part-2The collaboration will strengthen both companies in that they can both improve and advance their own specialties and technologies as well as working together to make new applications–and most importantly– superior materials that offer:

  • Heat resistance
  • Durability
  • High detail resolution
  • Dimensional stability

As new materials are created, this should further solidify EnvisionTEC’s hold on the 3D printing market, where they already reign with their core based technology of selective light modulation which is currently being used in its DLP systems, popular in industries that produce items like jewelry, dentistry, and even specialized markets like those that produce hearing aids. With a strong commitment to providing their very best in 3D printing solutions for clients around the world, a collaboration with a company like Somos undeniably seems like a great choice–and we’ll be looking forward to following and reporting back on their progress.

What are your thoughts on this recently announced partnership?  Discuss in the EnvisionTEC / Somos forum thread on 3DPB.com.