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VSHAPER at 3D Printing Days and STOM 2017

On March 28th-30th 2017, the city of Kielce will host the ninth edition of the most important event gathering representatives of 3D Printing industry in Europe. Alongside this event STOM fair will also take place, a gathering centered round machining, sheet metal cutting, and laser technology. VERASHAPE is going to showcase their VSHAPER 3D Printers and  SOFTSHAPER software, developed based on Siemens PLM Parasolid Communicator, at two stands.

3D Printing Days complementing exhibition cluster called the “Industrial Spring” have become one of the most important events during the fair. Last year’s edition gathered over 80 exhibitors and 8 thousand visitors. Growing interest in innovative additive manufacturing has resulted in prolonging the event,  this year the visitors will have 3 days to explore the technology.

The expo also hosts 3D scanning industry as well as rapid prototyping sector representatives. All major Polish printer manufacturers and foreign equipment distributors are also present at the event. Every consecutive edition the event has included new participants and increase its scope.

During 3D Printing Days and STOM 2017, the 2nd edition of Seminar on chosen topics in 3D Printing will take place. On the second day of the event (29.03.2017), around midday, Marcin Szymański, Product Manager from VERASHAPE will give a speech entitled “SOFTSHAPER – Computer Aided 3D Printing”. The software as well as VSHAPER 3D Printers will be available to view at VSHAPER stand in exhibition hall B.

VSHAPER devices will also be showcased by a their reseller – SOLIDEXPERT in exhibition hall A at stand A-91.

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A producer of 3D VSHAPER industrial printers, characterized by patented technological solutions. Mostly valued in automotive, foundry, aerospace and medical industry as well as the production of injection molds, research institutes, higher education and design. Customers worldwide are interested in the printers, especially Germany, USA, Italy and Korea. Apart from the models on standard offer Verashape also provides custom made printers. Currently Verashape team is working on a project called ‘Globally innovative additive printer’ subsidized by The National Centre for Research and Development 2014-2020 creating a new model of 3D printer. The aim of the project is to enhance FFF (fused filament fabrication) printing technology.