Eplus3D and Shining 3D become independent companies

September 10, 2021

Eplus3D, Hangzhou, China, reports it has become an independent company and is no longer a subsidiary of Shining 3D Tech. Co., Ltd., Hangzhou, China. In a joint statement, the companies announced that Eplus3D will continue to offer its range of industrial AM machines and aftersales service directly to customers globally, as well as maintaining aftersales services to customers of its machines sold through Shining 3D.

Eplus3D was established in 2014 and has been engaged in research and development of industrial-grade Additive Manufacturing systems and application technologies. The company is the original developer and manufacturer of Shining 3D’s metal and polymer AM machines, as well as offering a range of systems for the aerospace, automotive, tooling, healthcare, dental and consumer goods markets.

Shining 3D, established in 2004, owns and operates subsidiaries in Stuttgart, Germany, and San Francisco, USA, and lists customers in more than seventy countries. In addition to AM machines, the company develops, manufactures and commercialises a wide range of 3D technologies, including 3D scanners for multiple industries and applications, professional software from CAD design to 3D inspection and dental solutions.



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