Dynamical ToolsNews To the conquest of the Japanese Market

To the conquest of the Japanese Market

In full bloom. The Aragonese company Dynamical Tools is finding a perfect place in the market of 3D printers internationally. Its products, technologically effective, can be affordable for companies in industrial areas that can not invest so much money in those machines with stratospheric costs that offer giants of the sector but that want to have tools that allow them to reduce production processes with guarantees.

This week, Pablo Murillo and two members of his team, Sergio Julián and Pablo Palacín, have been in Japan to promote their new machines at the TCT Show in Tokyo, the ‘brother’ contest of others that take place in Birmingham (United Kingdom) -Where they were already- and in Detroit (United States) -to which they will go-. The Aragonese supported the appointment of their Japanese distributor, made contacts with one for South Korea and had the opportunity to practice one and a thousand times those obeisances that the Japanese like so much. “We are in full bloom”, recognized this newspaper Murillo in reference to the growing number of markets that is attacking his company, which billed 1.1 million euros in 2018, exceeding expectations, and expected to reach in 2019 the 2.5 million , a figure that will be higher if the exercise develops with the rhythm of this month of January. His team is also growing, and the 26 people who are today will soon join 3 or 4 more.

The products. In Tokyo Dynamical Tools presented his machine DT60, a 3D printer of technology FFF with new motor system, camera of high temperature, double cabezal of impressesion, and the HT45, that is able to print in different industrial materials. The receptivity perceived by Pablo Murillo and his people is very positive, as they found in a special way at the Formnext fair in Frankfurt, Germany, last November. The company is expanding horizons with distributors that sell their machines in countries as diverse as France, Belgium, Germany or Russia, passing through India and Nepal and, crossing the Atlantic, to Mexico and – soon to the United States.