3D Printer Manufacturer Opens 'Biggest 3D Printing Innovation Center' in China

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Shining 3D Headquarters

One of Shining 3D’s exhibition room in the new headquarters located in the Zhejiang 3D Industrial Zone. (Photo : Facebook/Shining 3D)

Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Shining 3D has officially opened its brand new company headquarters in the Zhejiang 3D Industrial Zone located in the capital city of Hangzhou in the Zhejiang province.

The headquarters facility is said to cover 25,000 square meters of space and is expected to be the largest “3D printing innovation center” in China, according to reports.

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The large area will focus on manufacturing, research and development, and customer service, among other things. In addition to the new facility, Shining 3D is also launching new services and features called the “Shining 3D printing ecosystem”.

The new features include Internet +, 3D Scanning and 3D Printing Equipment, Materials and Services. According to the company, it plans to establish about 100 new offline printing centers over the next three to five years, offering services to a wide range of industries: From the automotive and aerospace industry, to the medical and smart technology industry.

One of Shining 3D’s most popular products to date is the EinScan 3D scanner line-up. The latest in the series is the EinScan Pro which was unveiled at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 in the U.S. The EinScan Pro is basically a multi-functional handheld 3D scanner that can capture 3D data of objects including the human body.

Earlier this year, Shining 3D became the first Chinese 3D printing company to enter the Japanese market, establishing a new office and partnering with local company KS Design Lab. The latest move will definitely help to establish itself further in China and beyond.

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