Prodways Americas

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Prodways Americas

+1 763 568 7966 ext.101
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Minneapolis, MN (USA)

Prodways Group

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Paris (France)


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Annecy (France)


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Toulouse (France)

Prodways Materials

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R&D and Production of materials for 3D printing
Frankfurt (Germany)

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André-Luc Allanic, Director of the R&D department of Prodways, voted 2016 Engineer of the Year

During the 2016 Engineers of the Future Awards Ceremony, held at the Pavillon Champs-Elysées in Paris on Tuesday, December 6, André-Luc Allanic, co-founder and Director of the R&D department of Prodways (a Groupe Gorgé subsidiary), was awarded the Engineer of the Year prize by the editorial staff of Usine Nouvelle magazine. This award marks a significant year with many developments at Prodways, with the sale of its 70th ProMaker 3D printer, and the first sale of its selective laser sintering ProMaker P1000.

Prodways and the CEA renew their R&D partnership

Just a few weeks after announcing the joint development of a new metal printing technology, Prodways, a subsidiary of Groupe Gorgé, and CEA Tech, the division responsible for technological research within the CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission), announce the renewal of their R&D partnership in order to perpetuate their shared goal to develop the 3D printing technologies of the future.



Prodways partners with Cerhum

Prodways, a Groupe Gorgé subsidiary, partners with Cerhum to strengthen its ceramic offer and develop the 3D printing of the future

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Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam tests 3D printed ear models as educational tools
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Surgeons and students from the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, have begun testing 3D printed ear models as educational tools, which could greatly reduce the dependency on human cadavers.
3D Printing Goes Mainstream
3D printing has serious uses now and promises to revitalize production by bringing creative designs and small-lot printing to many industries.

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3D technology a lifesaver for little Akikere | IOL
After years of sleeping in a sitting position and keeping her mouth open 24 hours a day, seven-year-old Akikere Bassey can now breathe easier.

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Full-scale prostate models ease men’s fears and reduce cancer risk
Surgeons are using images from MRI scans to put together full-scale models of the walnut-sized gland, made with a 3D printer, to use in consultations as it is easier to interpret than a 2D picture.

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