Jellypipe launches Additive Manufacturing marketplace offering complete process ecosystem

August 12, 2019

Jellypipe AG, headquartered in Fislisbach, Switzerland, has created what it describes as a secure, online ecosystem connecting the Additive Manufacturing industry, including designers, consumers, AM factories and distributors. The platform is said to offer numerous options to those in the industry, and can be used by designers to source a part manufacturer, by part manufacturers to maximise machine revenue, and by resellers to integrate into their business.

Users of the Jellypipe platform are said to have access to a wide range of Additive Manufacturing services through the largest Additive Manufacturing ecosystem in the Germany-Austria-Switzerland region. Depending on user requirements, it is possible to order services or products online or contact one of many specialised resellers directly via Jellypipe. 

“The 3D-Jellypipe ecosystem is more than just another 3D platform,” commented John Zahm, board member of Jellypipe. “It was designed with the experience of engineers and 3D product developers as well as professional user know-how and process specialists. With fully automated process tools, we take the Jellypipe 3D platform to the next level. The result is a comprehensive marketplace in which all players of the 3D business are involved.” 

www.jellypipe.com

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