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Eplus3D partnered with Austrian HAGI GmbH and exhibited at the Austrian 3D-Printing Forum

At the Austrian 3D-Printing Forum, Eplus3D not only presented their new partner HAGI GmbH, but also its metal 3D printer EP-M260 solution.

The Austrian 3D-Printing Forum invites every year more than 200 industrial users, innovation project managers and other interested parties to exchange ideas with AM experts. During the 9th forum, Eplus3D presented its high-efficiency & scale-production metal 3D printer EP-M260, some printed parts and its new partner HAGI.

Metal 3D Printer EP-M260
Enis Jost, Application Specialist & Business Development of Eplus3D, introduced the performance and application scheme of the metal 3D printers EP-M260 in detail and presented its characteristics, technology strengths and market applications. In addition, visitors were able to see printed orthopaedic and spinal implants.
The EP-M260 is an industrial-grade metal 3D printer that aims at SMEs and uses advanced metal powder bed fusion (MPBF) technology. It is capable of easily and quickly converting CAD data into high-performance and complex metal parts.

About HAGI
HAGI GmbH, based in Austria, is a technical trading agency that advises its customers in the areas of foundry, dry bulk and 3D printing with competent engineers, and has a broad expert network through the +HAGI+ engineering office. HAGI GmbH is acting as a representative in the markets of Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia and Hungary and as a global consultant.

About Eplus3D
Founded in 2014, Eplus3D develops and manufactures 3d printing equipment for industrial use. To enable easy, user-friendly and affordable production systems, with almost 300 employees, Eplus3D offers a comprehensive landscape of additive process chains that help to create profitable business cases for its customers all around the world and from various industries such as medical, aerospace and automotive.

(c) Pictures & Links: www.eplus3d.com & www.hagi.at

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