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VSHAPER Printers at RapidPro Fair in Holland

On March 7th-9th the 7th edition of RapidPro will take place in Veldhoven, Netherlands. RapidPro has become the most important exhibition in the Benelux countries concerning prototyping, low volume production and product development. During the meeting our Dutch reseller – Vekashape will present VSHAPER ONE Pro Printer, a device dedicated for high temperature printing.

The event focuses on 3D Printing as major prototyping and manufacturing technique, but also a variety of other techniques are extensively represented. On RapidPro one finds the whole chain from idea to product. Leading organizations and speakers will be present again to present the latest innovations in the field.

During the event we will present 3D Printing solutions which are greatly appreciated by our customers. The VSHAPER ONE Pro Printer will definitely be of interest to participants interested in high temperature printing. We also hope for fruitful business talks concerning SOFTSHAPER software – says Honorata Mirańska Verbunt from Vekashape.

VSHAPER solutions will be available to view at stand no. 20.

For more information go to: http://www.rapidpro.nl/home-en-us/

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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.