Flashforge Corporation

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Flashforge Corporation is one of the first Chinese corporations for 3D printing products research and development. Cooperating with Tsinghua University, Flashforge Corporation develops its own independent R&D center and an advanced R&D laboratory. Covering an area of 10000 ㎡, the affiliated plant is capable of producing 6000 3D printers monthly.

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