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3DGence receives TÜV Rheinland certification for INDUSTRY F340 3D printer

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Polish 3D printer manufacturer 3DGence today announced that its INDUSTRY F340 3D printer has received certification from TÜV Rheinland. The company emphasizes that it is the first 3D printer manufacturer in Poland to have been granted this certification.

In order to achieve the TÜV Rheinland certification, 3DGence’s 3D printer had to undergo a range of tests to ensure production control and security. Further, 3DGence also underwent auditing and its manufacturer declarations were reportedly verified.

Having succeeded in all elements of the certification testing process, 3DGence has announced that its INDUSTRY F340 3D printer is now marked with a TÜV sign, confirming its certification and supporting its repeatability, manufacturing quality and safety.


3DGence’s INDUSTRY F340 3D printer is marketed as an industrial 3D printer suitable for durable and accurate part production. The machine, which integrates interchangeable modules, can be adapted for a range of different 3D printing materials, including PEEK and PC.

With a build volume of 260 x 300 x 340 mm and a cost starting at about $10,000, 3DGence’s 3D printer is aimed squarely at the industrial market. The company lists the printer’s main applications as prototyping technical parts, and producing machine parts, housings, conceptual models and more.

To prove the quality of its INDUSTRY F340 machine and its prints, especially in light of its new certification, 3DGence is offering prospective clients a free 3D printed sample. “Every user can choose one of the three models prepared, including the PEEK helical compound gear, which is printed using the support material, the PC-ABS brake caliper and the ABS indexing gear,” the company writes.


Earlier this year, the Polish 3D printer manufacturer also introduced its DOUBLE 3D printer with dual extruders which followed its first machine, the 3DGence ONE desktop 3D printer.

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Tess Boissonneault

Tess Boissonneault is a Montreal-based content writer and editor with five years of experience covering the additive manufacturing world. She has a particular interest in amplifying the voices of women working within the industry and is an avid follower of the ever-evolving AM sector. Tess holds a master's degree in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam.

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