Danish Technological Institute Launches $14.3 Million 3D-Printing Project

Published by , January 16, 2018 2:33 pm

(3Ders.org)  The Danish Technological Institute in Taastrup will be launching a new 3D printing project worth about $14.3 million (88 million kr.) aimed at encouraging small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to adopt additive manufacturing technologies and exploit their benefits. In addition to providing access to 3D printing equipment and resources, the AM-LINE 4.0 center will also offer small and medium-sized companies training and consulting programs for using and implementing the technology.
“[The center] will give small businesses a good and clear chance to get started with the new opportunities offered by 3D printers,” commented Kent Damsgaard, director of the Confederation of Danish Industry. “Digitization is important in many areas, important in the development of companies, and here the project can be a lever.”

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