Innofil3D, Beijing Tiertime collaborates 3D printing materials

Innofil3D, Beijing Tiertime collaborate on 3D printing materials

10:55 AM, 6th March 2018
Innofil3D and Beijing Tiertime sign collaboration agreement on 3D printing materials for FFF technology in China and US.
BASF and Beijing Tiertime will collaborate to develop materials for industrial applications with FFF technology.

SHANGHAI, CHINA: Innofil3D, a subsidiary of BASF SE and Beijing Tiertime, a leading fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3D printer manufacturer, signed a strategic partnership to support the further development of the 3D printing industry in China and US.

Under the agreement, Beijing Tiertime will distribute high-quality filaments from Innofil3D in China and the United States, and the two parties will work together to develop engineering materials for industrial applications with FFF printing.

“With the introduction of our ‘UP’ series for FFF printing, in 2010, we contributed to the rise of desktop 3D printers in the consumer and education sectors. Now we recognize that desktop FFF 3D printers are being used for industrial use, due to lower investment costs,” said Andrew Qin, sales director, Beijing Tiertime.

“By working closely with a strong partner like BASF, we can bring their well-developed Innofil3D materials to the Chinese market, enabling us to respond quickly to an increased demand for premium materials from the professional and industrial sectors,” added Qin.

“Beijing Tiertime offers significant advantages for Innofil3D in China. They have demonstrated their capabilities in manufacturing reliable 3D printing machines with a strong market penetration. We believe this strong partnership will enable end-customers to capitalize on the full benefits of FFF printing in China and US,” said Jeroen Wiggers, managing director of Innofil3D.

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