3DCeram strategic partnership as Japan’s Sinto becomes majority shareholder

The Nagoya City-based OEM has cited its desire to make greater use of 3D printing in its operations. Reciprocally, 3DCeram will be able to strengthen its operations in Asia, expand them across the Atlantic to the US, and spend more on research and development.
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