According to Ric Fulop CEO of Desktop Metal, “Combining Adaptive3D’s patented and superior elastomer materials with our printers, such as the Xtreme 8K (mass production printer)…will accelerate the adoption of additively manufactured solutions for high-volume, end-use elastomeric parts and products.”
Founder Fulop from Desktop Metal, also mentioned, “Adaptive3D has the best photoelastomer resins in the world.”
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According to Burlington-based Desktop Metal’s CEO Ric Fulop,
“Together, Desktop Metal and EnvisionTEC have an opportunity to shape the future … and transform how parts are made around the world.”
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