Many diseases, such as cancer, dementia or inflammatory diseases, are still incurable. Hundreds of millions of people lack access to affordable and safe medicines. Our biopharma customers are working hard to develop new drugs to improve people’s lives. For that they need strong partners to be successful.
Nearly 10,000 employees at more than 60 production and sales locations worldwide are committed to this vision. In its endeavor, Sartorius is growing dynamically. Since 2011, we have increased our sales revenue from €733 million to €1.827 billion – and we aim to grow further. To drive our future growth, we are looking for people who identify with our corporate values – sustainability, openness and enjoyment – and who want to set their skills to the test in a vibrant, innovative environment to advance their careers and make a difference.
3D printing is now moving from prototyping to mass production with the introduction of new materials that meet the functional requirements of bioprocessing and with the commercialization of robust printing hardware that can be used for serial production.
Sartorius teams are researching the latest additive manufacturing technologies and methods to print novel parts and assemblies that cannot be made by traditional methods of fabrication and can be made with materials ranging from thermoplastics to thermosets, to ceramics and metals.
We continue to partner with printing providers for the latest innovative technology. These technologies are enabling the transition of 3D printing from prototyping to large-scale manufacturing production, with customizable levels of surface finish aided by novel methods of printing from liquid plastic resin.
Successes have included complex flow designs such as sample ports and distribution liquid flow manifolds where the 3D printed parts provide a unique flow path not feasible by conventional injected molded plastics. We are also researching the bioprinting of cells as approaches to creating novel biological systems such as cell scaffolds and organoids.
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