New Digital Hub EverZinc would exploit 3D Printing in the development of zinc-based products and applications?
A few days ago in Belgium, a new digital and transformation unit opened in EverZinc’s offices. The specialist of zinc materials aims to develop other sustainable and zinc-based products & applications.
The company will collaborate with XponentialWorks, a venture investment and product development company led by Avi. Mostly known as former CEO of 3D Systems, Avi also leads Techniplas Digital, a 3D printing unit for rapid tooling development.
The new Digital division will mainly work on the development of new rechargeable energy storage solutions, extended life packaging and coating applications, new skincare, rubber and agricultural products.
The new hub might benefit from XponentialWorks expertise in various technologies. Indeed, it would integrate artificial intelligence, digital manufacturing, 3D printing, material science, nanotechnology, sensoring and robotics into the company’s entire value-chain and operations. Zinc might be used to manufacture products that serves in a variety of sectors from cosmetics to automotive solutions. Therefore, it is still difficult to precisely determine for which sector EverZinc will exploit 3D printing and other technologies.
However other startups might join this accelerator and benefit from this tech environment. For Vincent Dujardin, EverZinc’s Chief Executive Officer, their aim is to remove traditional constraints that most companies face today, especially in a Belgium where regions do not progress at the same pace.
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