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Hawk Ridge Systems opens new additive manufacturing center in the Santa Clara Valley

Hawk Ridge Systems opened the doors to a new additive manufacturing center in the Santa Clara Valley. As the company’s 3D printing product portfolio has developed and expanded over the last few years, the need for a more robust facility became apparent.

“We are excited about moving our Digital Manufacturing Lab to a more spacious and accommodating facility,” says Paul Rudin, VP of Digital Manufacturing for Hawk Ridge Systems. “Displaying our additive solutions is important in order to demonstrate their value, features and capabilities to our clients – and this space allows us to do just that.”

The company offers the widest selection in 3D design and manufacturing solutions, including the newest, highly-anticipated printer from Markforged – the FX20. Boasting state-of-the-art software and materials, the FX20 is capable of printing high-temperature thermoplastics reinforced with continuous fiber faster (and bigger) than ever. The lab will also have the latest post-processing solutions from AMT.

Dale Ford, CEO of Hawk Ridge Systems, added “We’re thrilled to expand our additive manufacturing capabilities with the opening of this new location. We hope to bring value to the Bay Area community while being an integral part of the local manufacturing sector.”

To learn more about the company, visit hawkridgesys.com.

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