Putting companies in contact with research institutions to bring additive manufacturing close to end-users, thus favoring its implementation in an effective and convenient way. This is the goal of the Prima Open Additive project and the Prima Open Additive Labs network.

On Thursday 30 October, the University of Vaasa in Finland, which is a member of the Prima Open Additive Labs network, will open its doors to local companies, showcasing the additive technologies developed in collaboration with Prima Additive.

At the event, experts from the University of Vaasa, in collaboration with Prima Additive, will talk about how metal printing can meet the needs of different companies. Visitors will also have the chance to see the Prima Additive Print Sharp 250 at work, discovering in detail the process and innovations this technology can enable, as well as all the proven print applications made possible by the machine.

Participating companies will be offered the opportunity to carry out a free application study on one of their pieces, to allow them to know what advantages additive manufacturing can bring to a concrete case. Prima Additive's experts will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns regarding materials and design.

As the current interest rate restrictions still affect the number of participants admitted to the University of Vaasa, the demonstrations, lasting two hours each, will be spread over three shifts, from 9:00 to 11:00, from 12:00 to 14:00, and from 14:00 to 16:00.

We are waiting for you in Vaasa on September 30th or, alternatively, the doors of the University of Vaasa are always open for those who want to know more about metal additive manufacturing. Contact us to arrange a visit.

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