Wematter, The organisation behind the gravity SLS 3D printing ecosystem continues to bolster its influence in the educational sector by signing an agreement with Linköping University (LiU) in Sweden.
Students of the University will have access to Wematter Gravity SLS 3D printer along with related software and equipment
The aim of investing in the university is to create more opportunities for manufacturing methods in different engineering disciplines.
Furthermore, the university seeks an opportunity to research 3D printing polymers and composite materials.
Wematter is anticipating a long-term and fruitful partnership where both parties can explore and advance the evolution of 3D printing.
“Agreement with another top university shows the potential of 3D printing.
Linköping University possesses the vision and ambition to always give its students the best opportunities for study combined with cutting-edge technology,” says Jens Gabrielsson, Marketing and Sales Manager at Wematter.
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Wematter was created with a vision to develop a system that was easy to use as FDM printers with the same effectiveness as SLS and a strength comparable to normal manufacturing.
The result of this is the Wematter Gravity SLS 3D printer, which develops quality parts with unique handling that ensures manufacturing in the office.
Looking towards sustainable and future technology
Wematter is glad that future’s engineers and other professionals will learn about Wematter’s systems even before they enter the job market.
Jonas Detterfelt, senior lecturer and in the Department of Economic and Industrial Development (IEI) and vice-chancellor at Linköping University,
where he teaches and conducts research in design methodology and product development, conveyed his opinions saying,
“We look forward to getting started with Gravity and its equipment in the classrooms once training and delivery have taken place in the autumn.
At Linköping University, we value sustainability and future technology, which Wematter embodies. Wematter was the firm that best met our requirements when we procured additive manufacturing equipment for our lab.”