In a recent survey, the US-based manufacturer recently revealed confidence in industrial scale 3D printing. The company’s High-Speed Extrusion (HSE) Platform resolves speed and scale obstacles. Furthermore, its expertise in additive manufacturing has led to interesting partnerships with the likes of Ultimaker and BASF. So far this year, the has introduced seven new materials including TPU 80A-Z and TPU 90A-FR to service the EMS and aerospace markets.
Moreover, the company promises customers greater control of their innovation, more choice in materials, and industrial-scale production at ground-breaking economics.
As part of these expansion initiatives, Benoit Valin has been appointed as General Manager, Asia Pacific, and Cyprien Decouty, Channel Sales Manager, Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).
Prior to joining Essentium, Valin led multiple 3D printing consultancies and was Director of Business Development across Asia for Ultimaker. Decouty was previously Director of Channel Sales for 3D printing manufacturers AON3D and Formlabs in EMEA.
For Blake Teipel, CEO and Co-founder, Essentium Inc., “When you remove the roadblocks to innovation, you enable customer success. There are no better proof points than an expanding pipeline and growing customer demand to illustrate how much the manufacturing market is responding to open ecosystems and the freedom to innovate on their own terms.”
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