GENERA, an emerging and innovative Austrian company founded with the mission of creating a fully-automated DLP 3D printing process for serial production, today announced that it has sold a stake to Stratasys, a leader in polymer 3D printing solutions, to accelerate polymer industrial additive manufacturing development and growth. Stratasys’ investment will help GENERA to execute the company’s development roadmap and bring it’s innovative automated workflow solution to market.
This investment will enable GENERA to
- Grow its G2/F2 customer base and approach new markets worldwide
- Launch the A2 full automation module for the G2/F2 system
- Continue to develop new software features and functions for Genera’s unique automated workflow
- Launch the next generation G3 All-in-One system
- Further expand material manufacturer partnership network
- Strengthen partner channels in Europe and build new channels around the world
- Scale-up infrastructure and production capacities
Stratasys CTO Guy Menchik, said, “GENERA has developed an innovative production-grade solution with a unique automated end-to-end workflow. We believe automation will be key for advancing possibilities in production-scale polymer additive manufacturing and look forward to our partnership with Genera.”
GENERA strives to deliver the future of industrial DLP 3D Printing – A reliable, clean and fast production process which is automated and easy to use. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the GENERA team completed the development of their first industrial-scale 3D printing system and launched the G2/F2 System, building a strong initial customer base. Additionally, partnerships with material suppliers such as Henkel, BASF, and Arkema were developed to fully utilize the open material platform and offer the best solution to its customer.
Dr. Klaus Stadlmann, a well-known expert in the DLP space, will continue to lead the company.
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