DSM and RPS – Industrial 3D Printing Systems, are working together, providing 3D printing value chain solutions with the recently announced ‘Trimax Collective’ scheme. To overcome lack of investment capital and/or knowledge about 3D printing, the Trimax Collective offers companies the flexibility to own and invest in 3D printing hardware and materials via a lease scheme. The collective also offers training and support to get started, making additive manufacturing more accessible to manufacturers.
For a monthly fee, the Trimax Collective offers companies the opportunity to lease the RPS NEO800 stereolithography system and DSM resin for a defined period of time. Utilising DSM’s material and application know-how combined with the exceptionally accurate part surface finish, intuitive software, uptime reliability and scalability of the RPS NEO800, customers will receive world-class stereolithography products, support and engineering expertise.
Hugo da Silva Vice President of DSM Additive Manufacturing: “The Trimax Collective allows us to tackle the two biggest barriers to the widespread adoption of 3D printing that exist today: high investment requirements and a lack of experience with AM. The Trimax Collective is DSM’s way of channeling the power of our AM ecosystem to the benefit of our customers. Thanks to this program, 3D printing will become more accessible than ever before.”
David Storey, Director of RPS: “Moving away from traditional subtractive manufacturing toward additive can be a daunting experience for some manufacturers. The Trimax Collective is a perfect solution as it is tailored to customers who want to explore 3D printing further, but who need the guidance, support and flexibility to start the journey. The foundation on what RPS is built on is the outstanding support we offer our customers and the Trimax Collective is reflective of this ethos, so we are delighted to be part of this partnership with DSM”.
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