CSM Bakery, 3D Systems to collaborate

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CSM Bakery Solutions and 3D Systems Corp. will collaborate in the development, sale and distribution of 3-D printers, products and materials for the food industry.
 

ATLANTA and ROCK HILL, S.C. — CSM Bakery Solutions and 3D Systems Corp. will collaborate in the development, sale and distribution of 3-D printers, products and materials for the food industry, the two companies said Aug. 18. Atlanta-based CSM will support the development of and have exclusive rights to use 3D Systems’ ChefJet Pro 3-D printer for high-resolution, colorful food products for the professional culinary environment.

Mariann Kirkegaard, CSM Bakery Solutions
Marianne Kirkegaard, president and c.e.o. of CSM

“We are very excited about what this opportunity can mean for the food industry,” said Marianne Kirkegaard, president and chief executive officer of CSM. “Our agreement with 3D Systems has the potential to reshape the food industry. Across a number of industries, 3-D printing has helped transform industries, and there’s every reason to think the same can be true for the food industry.”

Rock Hill-based 3D Systems provides 3-D products and services, including 3-D printers, print materials, on-demand manufacturing services and digital design tools.

Vyomesh Joshi, 3D Systems
Vyomesh Joshi, president and c.e.o. of 3D Systems
“Our extensive and versatile portfolio of materials addresses the widest range of applications and performance in 3-D printing, from culinary to industrial,” said Vyomesh Joshi, president and c.e.o. of 3D Systems. “As we continue to drive innovation and explore strategic partnerships with industry leaders, our partnership with CSM is a perfect fit to leverage our technology and capabilities to expand applications and materials.” 
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