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VSHAPER at Metavak fair in Holland

Metavak Gorinchem is considered one of the most important exhibitions dedicated to the subject of metal processing machines. The fair gathers experts from the field of moulding and milling industry and used machinery. The gathering is an annual meeting organized in the Netherlads. This year, the exhibition will be held on 01-03 November in Gorinchem.  

The event is a perfect opportunity for business discussions and meeting existing and potential business partners from around the world. For years, Metavak fair has been gathering world experts who seek the opportunity to take part in presentations of new products, innovations and the results of their implementations. The show will offer a wide range of exhibitors, among which the event-goers will have the chance to take a peek at increasingly popular 3D Printing technology presented by Vekashape, the Dutch reseller of VSHAPER solutions.

We are looking forward to the opportunity of presenting VSHAPER solutions during the upcoming event of Metavak. After the launch of the Dutch version of VSHAPER website and introducing our printers into the Dutch market it is time to kick it into high gear – says Jacek Wach, Marketing Manager in Verashape.

VSHAPER solutions will be available to view throughout the event at booth 154 in the exhibition hall.

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Verashape
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.