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Sicnova agrees distribution partnership with Discovery 3D Printer

Spanish 3D printing specialist Sicnova has announced a distribution agreement with Discovery 3D Printer. Discovery 3D Printer specialises in the production of large-format industrial 3D printers that can work with both pellets and filaments.

Discovery’s 3D printers are used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace and medical. Sicnova will add five models to its product portfolio. The base model Discovery 3D Printer features a dual extrusion head for the production of parts with removable support structures or two-colour objects. The Super Discovery 3D Printer is a large format printer for the production of large parts with a build volume of up to 1.3 x 2.5 x 1 metre.

For special requirements, Discovery offers the hybrid printer, which combines the direct extrusion of pellets and filaments in one printing process. A compact version of the Super Discovery, the Super Discovery 3D Printer Compact, can significantly reduce the cost per printed part. The top model, the Super Discovery 3D Printer Workstation, works with direct pellet extrusion and integrates a system for post-processing the printed parts.

Additive manufacturing with pellets offers several advantages over conventional filament-based systems. These include cost savings, a greater variety of materials, the ability to produce larger parts and higher printing speeds.

Sicnova, founded in 2007, is the leading provider of industrial 3D technology in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. The company is the official and exclusive distributor for some of the world’s leading brands in 3D printing and 3D scanning. In addition, Sicnova is certified as an official technical service to provide the best possible support to end users.

This partnership will allow Sicnova to expand its range of 3D printing solutions and offer its customers access to advanced large format 3D printers. Pellet technology could be of particular interest to companies looking to produce large parts cost-effectively or work with recycled materials. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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