The Changing Autopart Industry: Bosch Invests in Ultimaker

Posted by Editor On February - 26 - 2018

The Changing Autopart Industry: Bosch Invests in Ultimaker

German industrial part producer Bosch has purchased Ulitmaker 3 Extended 3D printers for autopart manufacture.

All3DP has recently reported on a deal German company Bosch GmbH has made in buying The Netherland’s Ultimaker 3 Extended 3D printers to produce end-use parts for their multitude of industrial products, including autopart components.

According to the article, Anne Freier of All3DP writes, “As part of the deal, Bosch will be implementing the desktop 3D printer models across its global locations in Germany, Hungary, China, India, the US, and Mexico. Bosch develops a wide range of prototypes of tools and fixtures. The company is one of the largest suppliers of automotive components globally. In addition, Bosch supplies industrial technologies, consumer goods and energy as well as building technologies.”

The Changing Autopart Industry: Bosch Invests in Ultimaker

Jos Burger, CEO at Ultimaker was also quoted saying, “We are very happy that this well-respected, leading supplier of technology and services chose our desktop 3D printers after an intensive selection procedure by its Additive Manufacturing department.”

The full report can be read at https://all3dp.com/bosch-invests-ultimaker-3-extended-3d-printers-boost-global-production.