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Moscow company invests in the development of 3D technologies

20 Sep '20
The Additive Engineering company, which opened production at the site in Pechatniki earlier this year, received the status of a resident of the Technopolis Moscow special economic zone. Until 2029, the company's total investment in the development of 3D products production will amount to about 100 million rubles, said Alexander Prokhorov, head of the Investment and Industrial Policy Department.

Products printed on a 3D printer can be used in a variety of applications, from the automotive and foundry industries to aerospace and medicine.
“The company currently prints about 170,000 cubic centimeters of 3D products a month. The SEZ resident status and the availability of all available preferences will enable the company to increase its capacity almost 15 times, up to 30 million cubic centimeters per year. The company has already invested over 50 million rubles in the project and by 2029 plans to invest about 45 million more, as well as create 40 new jobs, ”said the head of the department.
Resident status gives enterprises the opportunity to save up to 47 percent annually on taxes and other mandatory payments. Among the preferences are a zero property tax rate, reduced income tax and duty-free imports.

According to Gennady Dyogtev, General Director of the Technopolis Moscow SEZ, the company plans to occupy almost 5 percent of the Russian additive technologies market in the next 10 years.
“The company is located at the site in Pechatniki since the beginning of 2020 and covers an area of ​​about 700 square meters. During the pandemic, the company promptly modified production. The company launched the manufacture of valves for ventilators printed on a 3D printer and supplied them to medical institutions in the city. Potential customers of the products are state corporations, concerns, commercial and industrial enterprises and leading universities in Russia and the CIS”, - Gennady Dogtev specified.
The company produces printed products from various materials: polymer, plastic, wax , ceramics and metal, said Ashkhen Hovsepyan, Director General of Additive Engineering LLC.
“Industrial enterprises are increasingly using 3D printing in the production of components and work tools. Our company uses seven types of production technologies, differing in the application methods. In some cases, 3D printed components are significantly cheaper than traditional ones. Also, due to the possibility of manufacturing a product of any complexity and high-speed printing with extreme accuracy, the production time is significantly reduced,” she explained.
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