Taiyo Nippon Sanso forms business alliance with Velo3D


Taiyo Nippon Sanso has concluded a business alliance with US 3D printer manufacturer Velo3D, The Gas Review reports.

Accordingly, the company acquired sales rights of Velo3D’s 3D printer for small components modelling.

Thanks to this, Taiyo Nippon Sanso will be able to provide 3D printers for a wider range of sizes of componenys with Optomec’s products which they acquired in 2017. Metal additive manufacturing uses nitrogen and argon mixed gas as shield gas.

Velo3D is the venture company which was established in 2014. It developed 3D printer Sapphire using powder bed fusion (PBF) system and have begun to sell Sapphire since last year, already having achieved a sales record of more than 15 units in the US, mainly in the aerospace industry.

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