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Paris, June 21st, 2018 – Following on from the 3D Print Exhibition in Lyon, Multistation, a key player in the field of additive manufacturing, and Segula Technologies, an international engineering group, are announcing that they have set up a partnership to develop the industrial potential of 3D printing.
This agreement will enable both companies to extend their respective offerings and to provide their customers with high-quality services along the entire additive manufacturing value chain.
Via this partnership, Segula Technologies will supply its expertise in design, product-process qualification, calculation and the integration of technology into specific industrial environments such as the automotive, aeronautic and energy sectors.
At the same time, Multistation will apply its expertise in additive manufacturing design and simulation, by identifying potential uses or items that can be made by 3D printing. It will be sharing the expertise it has acquired from the best practitioners in the field.
“By working hand in hand with Multistation, we will be fully capable of supporting our customers and making additive manufacturing a reality for their industries,” says Dr. Léon Ratsifandrihana, Additive Manufacturing Expert at Segula Technologies.
“Additive manufacturing is an integral part of a value chain within which Multistation provides a comprehensive offering; Segula Technologies was an obvious partner of choice to enable our Additive Consulting division to address manufacturers’ concerns more effectively. We will thus be able to supply them not just with software packages, machines and materials, but also with a more comprehensive range of high-quality engineering services that are suited to a host of different business sectors,” says Yannick Loisance, CEO of Multistation.
Their customers will henceforth have the advantage of a single interface to support them in their projects for implementing additive manufacturing processes on an industrial scale. The positive impact of this partnership will extend to the various metal and non-metal 3D printing processes provided by Multistation, with a particular emphasis on DFAM (Design for Additive Manufacturing) methods and on quality control, which, given the engineering expertise of Segula Technologies, will be very much to the forefront.
Based in Paris, Dinard, Saclay and Haining (near Shanghai), Multistation has since 1987 been an integrator of complete digital and additive manufacturing solutions for businesses in a wide range of sectors including the automotive, aeronautical, railway, energy, medical, sub-contracting, education, jewellery and dental sectors. Multistation draws on a network of outstanding partners that includes the world’s best innovators in a range of fields including software, materials, machines and quality control. Its Additive Consulting division meets manufacturers’ increasingly high expectations for quality of support in the disruptive world of additive manufacturing.
For further details, see www.multistation.com and follow Multistation on twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram
SEGULA Technologies is an engineering group with a worldwide presence, helping to boost competitiveness within all the major industrial sectors: automotive, aerospace, energy, rail, naval, pharmaceutical and petrochemical. Operating in 28 countries and with 140 offices worldwide, the Group fosters a close relationship with its customers thanks to the expertise of its 11,000 employees. As a leading engineering specialist placing innovation at the heart of its strategy, SEGULA Technologies undertakes large-scale projects, ranging from studies to industrialisation and production.
For more information, visit: www.segulatechnologies.com. Follow SEGULA Technologies on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.