Stratasys announced on February 18, 2021 that he had acquired a British company RP Support (RPS), a supplier of industrial stereolithographic 3D printers and solutions. By adding RPS technology, Stratasys further expands its set of polymer solutions across the entire product life cycle, from conceptual modeling to production.
Stratasys will leverage its state-of-the-art market access infrastructure to offer a range of RPS systems Neo in the global market for an expanded set of applications. Stratasys expects the acquisition to grow slightly in terms of earnings and non-GAAP earnings per share by the end of 2021.
The RPS Neo range of 3D printers is equipped with dynamic laser beam technology, which enables printing accuracy, property details and limited variability over the entire range of a large construction area. As open resin systems, Neo products provide customers with materials with a wide range of properties, such as chemical resistance, thermal tolerance, flexibility, durability and optical purity. Neo printers can produce large parts up to 800 × 800 × 600 mm, which provides a significant area for construction in a small floor plan.
In addition, all Neo systems are Industry 4.0 ready and have Titanium control software, which includes a camera, network connection, support for remote diagnostics and parameter adjustment in the middle of printing. Printers can automatically e-mail job progress reports. Stratasys plans to integrate its GrabCAD Print software into future versions of the product.
Interestingly, the Neo800 3D printers were recently purchased by the British Formula 1 Williams Racing team and unattended printed a number of high-quality parts on their test program during the Christmas holidays.
Source: Aktuality – 2D a 3D CAD Design Software by www.cad.cz.
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