July 13, 2021
Multistation announces the signing of a collaboration agreement in France for the Gravity SLS 3D-printing ecosystemof the company Wematter.
Multistation SAS and Wematter, announce the conclusion of a collaboration agreement in June 2021. Multistation will now distribute Wematter SLS 3D printing solution in France.
Wematter Gravity is a ground-breaking and easy to use SLS 3D-printing platform for additive manufacturing. Together with the water-jet cleaning cabinet, the powder collector and the patented powder system, this technology represents the best solution for in-house additive manufacturing. Moreover, the used powder of Wematter is recycled for new print jobs. This system allows users to save money and have a better impact on the environment.
The technology of Wematter offers a reliable and professional solution that can be implemented everywhere without the need of specific installation.
« We are pleased to now start a collaboration with Multistation as a partner in France. This is part of our international investment that is now being made and engages various retailers around the world », comments Robert Kniola, founder and CEO of Wematter.
« Since more than 30 years, we are looking for the best disruptive companies. We have identified Wematter as a very innovative company not only for their technology but also for their business model. The goal is to make SLS 3D Printing accessible to as many people as possible. », declares Yannick Loisance, CEO of Multistation.
Multistation, created in 1987, is at the forefront of digital and additive manufacturing. It offers a wide range of machines and 3D printers for both industry and education.
Wematter manufactures advanced office-sized Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D printers. The company exists to accelerate the move towards additive manufacturing by lowering barriers to entry. Its innovative 3D-printing SLS technology lets companies quickly prototype ideas, which increases overall design and engineering efficiency. Since its inception in 2014, Wematter has delivered 3D printers and 3D-printed components to car manufacturers, hospitals, and aerospace clients.