The Polish company 3DGence was founded in 2013 and launched its first, professional 3D printer in 2014. Ever since, a lot has changed for 3DGence. After Michal Solowow, who first owned a majority of stocks, added the company in the MSG (Michal Solowow Group) in 2017, 3DGence has shifted its focus towards industrial-grade machines. With the overtaking by MSG, 3DGence received a big boost in the development of industrial 3D printers. The company works closely with the department of Mechanics and Technology of the Silesian University of Technology.
With the Industry F340, 3DGence presented their first industrial-grade 3D printer. The possibilities of this 3D printer you can find on its product page. However, 3DGence keeps on innovating. By working closely with its customers and partners, among them Opel Poland, 3DGence stands for a dynamic search for novelties, both in the field of hardware and software.
Not only does 3DGence produce and develop 3D printers, they also have their own print modules. These modules offer the possibility to print a variation of materials. Each module has its own specifications, that allow PEEK and Nylon to be printed without problems.
With the Industry F340 3DGence is focusing more and more on industrial-grade solutions and verticals, such as automotive, aerospace and machinery industry. Thanks to the variation of materials, which can be combined with easy to remove support, and a cost optimization, the Industry F340 increases the efficiency of 3D printing.
Thanks to the different print modules, a fully automatized calibration and a safe working environment, the 3DGence has an optimized workflow.
Discover the products of 3DGence underneath.