3D Printing Company DyeMansion is chosen to help meet European Climate Goals


The EU has set itself targets for reducing its greenhouse gas emissions progressively up to 2050. During the biggest climate summit that was held from September 21-27, 2020, companies across the world discussed what has been done so far and the current challenges that still need to be addressed to build a better future.

Among the wide range of initiatives that were launched as part of this ecosystem, one raises our interest today: the European Green Deal Call. The European Commission has invested €1 billion to boost the green and digital transition.

According to Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth: “The €1 billion European Green Deal call is the last and biggest call under Horizon 2020. With innovation at its heart, this investment will accelerate a just and sustainable transition to a climate-neutral Europe by 2050. As we do not want anyone left behind in this systemic transformation, we call for specific actions to engage with citizens in novel ways and improve societal relevance and impact.

Given the urgency of the challenges it addresses, this program aims for clear, discernible results in the short to medium-term, but with a perspective of long-term change. Participants can deliver results with tangible benefits in ten areas. AM companies also have their part to play in this fight as AM ambitions to achieve a zero pollution ambition and a toxic-free environment, transitioning this way to a clean and circular economy by waste prevention and recycling in contrast to traditional subtractive manufacturing.

One company that is currently one to watch in this area is DyeMansion. The3D Printing companyhas just been selected to do its bit.

The company that recently raised $14M to accelerate AM mass production will support this mission with its Powerfuse S.

With a new funding from the ‘Green Deal’ program, the Munich-based company will expand the field of application for its eco-friendly VaporFuse Surfacing technology globally.

Being selected as one of the very first startups to work at the forefront of Europe’s mission to become the first climate-neutral continent is a great honor for us,” said Felix Ewald, CEO and co-founder fo DyeMansion. “This underlines not only the sustainability potential fo 3D printing but also the innovative ‘green’ approach that we bring to the manufacturing industry with our Powerfuse S. We take this job seriously and see sustainability as a key obligation to all our activities.”

DyeMansion Powerfuse S

Unveiled at Formnext 2019 for the first time, the Powerfuse S integrates a fully automatic loading option, connectivity and batch tracking features. Suitable for a wide range of applications, the machine requires the use of an eco-friendly solvent approved by the EU for food packaging and cosmetic products and is equipped with a recycling process for the solvent to avoid waste.

Capable to run autonomously 24/7 to deliver sealed 3D printed surfaces at injection molding level, DyeMansion’s technology makes the parts pressure-tight and capable of repelling water, oil, and other liquids.

With the Green Deal’ program’s funds, the company will focus on material compatibility for the VaporFuse surfacing process and ensure it meets specific ISO certifications for key sectors such as medical, and food and beverage.

Last but not least, DyeMansion is also uniquely positioned to leverage the full potential of industrial Internet of Things (IoT) while enabling remote monitoring and predictive maintenance of its systems and improving overall efficiency.


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