Great Neck, NY – October 19, 2020, the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (MIPI) – On September 1, 2018, the ILPO notified granted Tecnica patent number 256310 for its laser print head system. This is the first patent granted by the State of Israel for the Tecnica3D printing technology.
The patent further secured Tecnicas’ Intellectual Property. The new printing method will help produce inexpensive and fast SLS/SLM printers. Tecnica is breaking away from the 40-year-old technology used by traditional 3D printers manufacturers. Tecnica developed a printer that blows the competition away by filling the vast price void created by the other 3D printing companies. Offering a professional-grade SLS 3D printer at a starting price point below $50,000.
Charles Bibas, CEO at Tecnica and Lead Project Engineer explains; ” The new Patent is a vote of confidence in our ability not only to keep improving Optics and laser control delivering a pinpoint precision but also to secure our IP. Now, we can offer an affordable 3D technology to the rest of the continent”. Charles Bibas, CEO at Tecnica and Lead Project Engineer explains; ” The new Patent enables us to produce improved Optics for delivering a pinpoint precision while keeping the price down.