- Partnership underscores both companies’ commitment to prepare AM for Industry 4.0 through innovative collaborations, open architecture and digital twin predictive operability and serviceability
- Nexa3D’s entire Quantum Laser Sintering (QLS) product line is standardized to Siemens advanced factory automation and edge computing technologies
- Planned commercial Q1 2021 delivery for Nexa3D’s QLS™350 Polymer 3D printer, powered by Siemens automation controls
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Vegan brand Beyond Meat is building two production facilities in China’s eastern province of Zhejiang to manufacture its plant-based meat products, including vegan beef, pork, and chicken, for the Chinese market. Beyond Meat is the first multinational plant-based meat brand to bring its own major production facility to the country, and it’s expected to be one of the company’s biggest markets for both production and research and development in the near future. Trial production is scheduled to commence within months with full-scale production to start in early 2021.
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Beyond Meat (Jiaxing) Food Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Beyond Meat, Inc. (NASDAQ: BYND), has signed an agreement with Jiaxing Economic & Technological Development Zone (JXEDZ) to design and develop manufacturing facilities in the JXEDZ, including a state-of-the-art production facility to manufacture plant-based meat products including beef, pork and chicken under the Beyond Meat brand in China. The production facilities will be located in the JXEDZ, a historic and commercially important development zone with ready access to Shanghai.
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Let's say I'm building units using CNC and Laser Cut materials such as Acrylic, ABS, etc…
The cost to buy even the cheapest machines is about $ 2,000, and those have highly limited working areas. More appropriate machines are in the neighborhood of $ 10K each.
What can you do in this instance? Do you simply outsource your CNC/Laser Cutting to appropriate companies?