3D printing company, Invent 3D has moved its operations to larger premises within the factory of manufacturing company TOLY, in Bulebel.
David Sciberras, co-founder and CEO of Invent 3D, said “Our latest move has brought us into a huge 500m² area in the Toly factory. Expansion is always a great thing!”
“Thanks to our team at Invent 3D, and the management at Toly Products for being in-tune with our vision for what we can become in the near future, and being so accommodating,” he added. “Cutting edge products are coming, unlike any process seen before! A speed to market unheard of.”
The company shared where it all began, from a small garage set-up in Zabbar in 2018, before moving into a 169sqm space within the TOLY factory. Following the company’s growth over the past year, it now has a “mini factory” of its own with a 500sqm premises in Bulebel hosted by the manufacturing company.
The space accommodates over 130 3D printing machines, as well as other equipment, products and desk space, with room for further growth.
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