WZR is now a member of the TransMIT network “3D printing and additive manufacturing – bionics”

In order to present our work around the development of 3D printing of ceramics and metals to a wider audience, we decided to join the network “3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing – Bionics“.

The network was created by TransMIT Gesellschaft für Technologietransfer mbH to support companies in the introduction of technology and materials and especially in the use of bionic structures. For more information on Transmit, see here, the link to the network is deposited here, where you will also find a short introduction to WZR on the members page.

Especially in the dialog with the network partners and Niklas Günther, Senior Cooperation Manager in the network, we expect new impulses for our work with 3D printing of metals.

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