Royal DSM, a global purpose-led, science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, and JuggerBot 3D, an additive manufacturing machine builder specializing in production 3D printing, have announced a trial program for companies to evaluate engineering-grade materials in an industrial-grade filament printer without the upfront investment in hardware.
To help overcome these challenges, DSM and JuggerBot 3D are initiating a trial program to offer selected companies the use of an industrial-grade JuggerBot 3D printer for testing DSM engineered materials.
JuggerBot 3D’s printers are material-agnostic and standalone systems, with a built-in unit to keep filaments dry before processing them in the machine. Its patented Interdependent Drive System, using both push and pull filament extrusion forces, makes it the most flexible system on the market. JuggerBot 3D builds the printers at their facility in Youngstown, Ohio, US.
Initial trial customers include 3D printing service bureaus and design companies active in transportation, consumer appliances, and medical prosthetic devices & sockets. They will receive hardware- and material- support throughout the entire trial period and only pay a deposit and the materials consumed.