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Danfoss invests in 3D printing facilities

Danfoss has just opened the first of three new global centres for additive 3D printing technology in Denmark. This provides all Danfoss areas in the EU the opportunity to have prototypes and components 3D-printed.

In addition to this centre, another centre is underway in North America while a third has been planned in Asia.

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The new 3D printing centre is said to have attracted major interest among employees from all Danfoss R&D departments with the centre already boasting a major project pipeline even before the official opening.

New Danfoss CEO Kim Fausing sees 3D printing as an important part of Danfoss’ digital transformation, and has major expectations of the many opportunities, which the technology opens up.

“We offer world-class knowhow and equipment, and I am looking forward to utilising these new digital technologies to strengthen our offering to our customers,” he says.

The centre is equipped with leading 3D printing technologies, including a USD200 000 HP 4 200 – the first of its kind to be installed at an end-user in Scandinavia. Launched last year, the        HP 4 200 is said to be 10 times faster than other powder-based 3D printing technologies.

“These centres will help speed up our R&D and development processes and thus speed up time-to-market, optimise production efficiency, and allow us to engineer the products of tomorrow faster,” says Danfoss chief tech officer, Andre Borouchaki.



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