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Create it REAL, a Danish R&D center specialized in 3D printing technologies (control boards, software and hardware) is partnering with desktop and industrial 3D printer, as well as a material manufacturer to implement its high-speed, secured 3D printing software solutions.

The company, founded in 2009 by Jeremie Pierre Gay, launched the worldwide first real-time processor dedicated to 3D printing back in 2013. It is selling its platform to manufacturers and corporate end-users for ad-hoc projects. The patent-pending technology main benefit is a print speed up to 5 times faster than traditional FDM printers in the market today.

The 3D printer manufacturers are Rodri, a Dutch company with a spindle driven printer, designed for printing technical materials like PEEK, PEKK Carbon, PEI etc., Dood, a French manufacturer launching a high quality and robust desktop 3D printer, and RAST a Bulgarian engineering company launching a large 3D printer.

Jeremie explained: “We are very happy to see these fast-growing companies joining us and make the best out of our technology. This shows us there is a strong demand for high-end electronics, easy to use slicer software and a need to speed up 3D printers. We share the same vision of the market, where end users should not be afraid of using 3D printing to develop their own business. It should be simple, straightforward and reliable.”

These partners have been selected because their printers offer a consistent print quality with low maintenance needs at the right price. This is the ideal combination for companies who need rapid prototyping and/or production-printers and focus on their customers, not on troubleshooting their printer. In addition, KIMYA, the activity of the Armor group, dedicated to developing 3D printing materials (such as OWA by KIMYA recycled filaments or such as KIMYA technical filaments) is joining the team in a strategic partnership to integrate its filaments as standard in Create it REAL slicer.

“We believe this partnership makes a lot of sense for final users: they will access to a wide range of complete packages, including 3D printers and software optimized for our materials. No need to mess around with the settings and the machine, they will get the best 3D printing experience, with high-performance materials optimized for their usage, in a click of a button,” commented Pierre-Antoine Pluvinage, KIMYA business development director.

The 3D printers will be available in the coming weeks on the different manufacturer’s websites while the settings for KIMYA filaments will be available to all Create it REAL partners via online updates. The Rodri 3D printer key features include a bed area of 32x23x25cm, hot end up to 400°c, heat bed up to 120°c, fully enclosed stainless-steel chassis, Eichenberger spindle driving system, linear motion axis. The Dood printer key features consist in the bed area of 22x19x20cm, Bondtech extruder, E3D hot end, heated glass bed, color touch screen, full enclosure available as an option. Rast printer key features include a bed area of 36x36x30cm, hot end up to 350°c, heated glass bed up to 130°c, 2.85mm filaments.

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