DyeMansion Partner Platform

DyeMansion Partner Platform goes global

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DyeMansion is celebrating the expansion of its global partner platform, that now includes 46 industrial 3D printing and post-processing solutions companies.

The Munich, Germany-based company offers a series of post-processing systems that can add colours, textures and improved material properties to 3D-printed raw parts, finding a market in diverse industries, such as eyewear, automotive, retail, medical and sports equipment.

Manufacturing companies like 3DPrintUK and Additive in the UK, as well as Jabil and 3D Logics in the US are some of the prominent names named as part of the DyeMansion global partner platform.

The network is accessible online for the first time for all levels of users requiring 3D printed  parts, with transparent filter functions and profiles of every partner involved, which should make finding the right partners and the perfect finish easier.

“[Alliances] and the final touch that our solutions provide are key drivers to produce high-value products at scale. We are proud to have built such a strong platform with partners worldwide, offering DyeMansion technology and sharing the same vision,” said DyeMansion CCO Kai Witter.

All listed DyeMansion partner platform partners have been vetted to ensure they are capable of producing high-value products at scale to DyeMansion’s quality standards.

“We are thrilled to be announced as part of the DyeMansion’s Global Partner Platform,” said 3DPrintUK MD Nick Allen. “Customers will be able to contact us with their request directly through the platform.


“Having used DyeMansion’s systems for longer than anyone else in the UK, we hope to help customers with our experience.”

Read more here about DyeMansion and how it helped Daimler buses tackle its problems with 3D printing a 300,000+ spare part catalogue and being able to get the right, repeatable finishes each time.

Dyemansion Daimler Buses Part
The 3D printed spare part – fresh off the EOS 3D printer, and ready to be fitted to a bus

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