UK-headquartered performance plastics developer Victrex has confirmed its intention to invest millions of Euros in Dutch 3D printer and software developer Bond 3D.
Founded in 1993, Victrex’s mission is to develop new applications and commercialize PEEK and PAEK polymer products.
With this substantial investment in Bond 3D, the company aims to expand its delivery in 3D printing. Jakob Sigurdsson, CEO at Victrex, comments, “Our investment in Bond’s 3D technology is a logical way to accelerate 3D printed PAEK/PEEK parts to market.”
“WE NEED TO ENSURE THAT ALL THE KEY ELEMENTS, INCLUDING MATERIAL, PROCESS, AND HARDWARE ARE ALIGNED TO FULFILL OUR GOAL OF ENABLING OUR CUSTOMERS. TO MANUFACTURE 3D PRINTED PAEK COMPONENTS FOR CRITICAL HIGH PERFORMANCE APPLICATIONS.
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