UPS 3D Printing Service Coming Soon to Europe


A few months ago we told you about a new service that the transport agency, UPS, was going to implement in its stores for its customers. This new service was based on 3D printing on demand, so that customers do not have to wait to get the parts to start shipping. Something that is more than usual for the UPS agency or so your income reports indicate.

This service began in the United States and is being a success, although the company has not yet indicated the number of stores in which it has implemented the service or the income it is receiving through this service. In any case, the company has announced that during the service will be extended to stores in Asia and Europe in the coming weeks.

Thus, many European cities, including Spanish ones, will have a 3D printing service that will allow not only to create special pieces but also spread the phenomenon of 3D printing, either through their knowledge or by making possible the creation of 3D printers.

UPS will bring 3D printing to Spanish cities before the end of the year

Currently many are already speculating about which will be the first city to open its printing service. Many warn that it will be in Cologne in Germany, something more than likely since the largest UPS logistics center in Europe is located in that city.

Despite everything, whether the first service is in Cologne or not, before the end of the year it will be present in Europe and of course it will be a great boom for 3D Printing as it will coincide with the Christmas campaign, that is, this year if that some may call it the year of 3D printing or so it seems Do not you think?

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