Quandum Aerospace tests Zortrax resin 3D printing ecosystem

Quandum AerospaceSpanish optoelectronics and electronic systems manufacturer for the aerospace, medical and energy markets has been one of the first to test Zortrax’s new Powerful Trio resin 3D printer ecosystem.

The company has been a long-time user of Zortrax 3D printers. As such, he was trusted to be the first one to test the Zortrax Powerful Trio. It includes the Inkspire 2 Ultraviolet LCD 3D Printer as well the Zortrax Cleaning Station/Zortrax Curing Station post processing devices.

Quandum Aerospace created medical device components using the new ecosystem after one of its clients ordered them.

Rafael Rodríguez Rosas, Chief Technology Officer at Quandrum, said: “We’ve been working with this system for a month, and I can say with confidence that this is one of the best 3D printing solutions Zortrax has ever created. It is easy to use, quick, precise, and reliable. Its ability to effectively handle high-end resins without any problems is a great advantage. Such materials have the potential to become a viable alternative for high-performance FDM polymers in aerospace, medical and military applications.”

Zortrax claims that it received positive feedback regarding the new ecosystem from Quandum. Quandum, the company stated, highlighted the synergy between the systems. 

Quandum claimed that the Zortrax Inkspire 2 was suitable for both large-scale prototypes as well as short-run manufacturing. According to the company, large-part fabrication was possible thanks to the factory calibration of the build platform and the resin control system.

Zortax Cleaning Station is an automated solution that lifts models out of cleaning fluid. Quandum said that the Zortrax Curing Station was the final step of the solution.

“Feedback on the Zortrax Powerful Trio we get from Quandum and many others is very encouraging to say the least. The new lineup is well-received by users who find it to be efficient, reliable, and simple to use. That’s what we aimed for. Now we know that’s what we delivered,” said Mariusz Babula, CEO of Zortrax.

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