WASP has a new service center for big size 3D printing
The WASP Shamballa Technology Park is now situated in an industrial one thousand square meters warehouse which has became the first Italian service center for the large-scale 3D printing of different materials.
For those who may not know this project, WASP (Worlds Advanced Saving Project) created in 2012, is part of a company called Centro Sviluppo Progetti (CSP) which was founded in 2003.
The company itself develops innovative products with the hopes of its technology further improving the world with its sustainable practices as well. WASP however is a project with a focus on 3D printing developments. The project manufactures solid printers with the intent of encouraging sustainable development and in-house production.
A big size 3D printing
WASP exploits digital fabrication, and 3D prints in big size eco houses using polymers in pellet, ceramic materials and concrete materials. The most important aspect for WASP is the large 3D print.
The large-scale printer, DeltaWASP 3MT of the Italian company, has been used for some of the projects services. These services include the 3D printed scenography for the play “Fra Diavolo” which is to be represented between March 21st and 27th at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo.
In order for WASP to fully grasp and keep up with this demanding market, it dedicates itself to research and development, study of new materials and innovative extrusion systems.
The WASP uses its warehouse as a showroom where their extensive range of 3D printers are on display. These printers include DeltaWASP Turbo 2, DeltaWASP 4070 Industrial and DeltaWASP 3MT Industrial. WASP will be at the reference fair, MECSPE in Parma, which is taking place from March 22nd to March 24th – Pavillion 6 Stand I13.
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