Siemens Mobility Services has announced it will be acquiring two additional Stratasys Fortus 450mc 3D printers to expand part production for the rail industry.
To date, the transport company has successfully adopted Stratasys’ technology for the production of rail parts for Germany and the UK, and the new 3D printers will enable it to expand its support of rail maintenance operations in Russia. The increased investment in Stratasys is largely the result of a recent business deal for Siemens Mobility, through which it will build 13 high-speed Velaro trains for Russian train company RZD.
The agreement also stipulates that Siemens Mobility will maintain and service the trains for the next 30 years. The 13 Velaro trains will supplement RZD’s existing fleet of 16 Sapsan trains. To meet the needs of its Russian customer, Siemens Mobility has installed two Fortus 450mc 3D printers in St. Petersburg and Moscow, which will […]
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