Why are you exhibiting at High Tech Summit 2019?
“As the largest supplier of 3D-printers in the Nordics, Protech is very keen on participating in events like this. Even though 3D-printing is not something groundbreaking new, it is still considered “high-tech” and provides a lot of new possibilities for broad use. We are always exploring the ever-expanding sphere of prototyping, also the very field of end-use parts, where both polymer and metal printing provides more and more materials. High Tech Summit is a good place to display some of our applications.”
Thomas Tønnesen, Country Manager, Protech Danmark ApS
Which main themes interest you most?
“We will be looking at 3D-printing for the industry, combined with automation and production, mainly within end-use production and production equipment like robotic grippers, jigs, and fixtures.”
What role does digitalization and robotic technology play in your company?
“3D-printing is often seen as part of digitalization and often used for robotic tooling.”
What holds most value for you at the summit?
“Meeting new and current customers and see if there are new challenges that we can solve with 3D-printing. Protech has recently added metal 3D-printers to our portfolio, which makes our offering able to solve more or less all challenges within 3D-printing, both polymer and metal, and all the way from prototyping, through production equipment to end-use parts.”
What can we expect from Protech Danmark at High Tech Summit 2019?
“Protech will bring both 3D-printers that will be printing during the summit, as well as printed parts, to demonstrate some of the possibilities available for a lot of different applications.”
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Professor Jan Madsen, DTU Compute