Driving the industrialization of AM in a non-domestic and solid market such as the UK is only possible with strong local partners and DyeMansion furthered strengthen its network in the United Kingdom. The new partnership with Laser Lines represents the next step in Europe after the strategic alliance between DyeMansion and Stratasys was announced by the two 3D-printing leaders in April this year.
Laser Lines becomes a new authorized DyeMansion Platinum reseller in the UK and the first DyeMansion reseller in the UK offering both the new Stratasys SAF technology and the full DyeMansion workflow. This partnership will pave the way to further strengthen the UK 3D-printing market and underlines the joint go-to-market strategy of Stratasys and DyeMansion.
“With the addition of the H350 and Origin One P3, Stratasys’ AM technology is quickly moving into the true production environment. To offer a genuinely viable production solution we needed to look at the entire workflow – from the 3D printing of parts through to the finished article. By adding the DyeMansion range of products to our portfolio we are now able to offer customers an end-to-end post-processing turnkey solution.”, explained Mark Tyrtania, Sales Director at Laser Lines.
DMC will also be relying heavily on Stratasys’ new SAF powder bed technology in the future. With the decision to install the Powerfuse S from DyeMansion, the UK service provider is expanding its production capacity and will become the first supplier with the reference architecture – consisting of the Stratasys H350 and the DyeMansion systems Powershot C, Powershot S, Powerfuse S, and DM60.
“We are very excited to be partnering with DyeMansion. The addition of a Powerfuse S to the DMC will greatly improve the surface quality of our polymer parts, allowing us to meet growing customer demand for high-specification components. Not only is it straightforward and easy to use, but the Powerfuse S also adheres to important sustainability and safety criteria. We look forward to building upon our relationship with DyeMansion as we realize the full potential of commercial-scale, connected additive manufacturing.”, said Kieron Salter, CEO at the Digital Manufacturing Centre.