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Additive manufacturing, 3D printing and other forming processes

DEW0119The German Edelstahlwerke DEW (Schmolz + Bickenbach), as a renowned powder manufacturer in the area of ‚Äč‚Äč3D printing, is pushing ahead with the next development stage with its Printdur metal powder portfolio. Interested customers are included in the prototyping process. Together we create the complete manufacturing process - from the idea to the alloy design to the finished product.

General Motors relies on additive manufacturing and uses Artificial Intelligence and 3D printing to create a single-seat console instead of eight. The car manufacturer cooperates with it Autodesk.

igus1018Fakuma hall A5, booth 5214

More and more customers access the fast 3D Print Service for durable wear parts made of high-performance plastics Igus back: be it for short-term spare parts procurement, for prototype construction or for the production of lubricant-free small series. Therefore, the Cologne plastics specialist has now tripled its 3D printing capacity in the area of ‚Äč‚Äčthe SLS process.

Teufel1018Fakuma Hall 5A, Stand 5302

As the first service provider sets Devil prototypes the Freeformer from Arburg in your production. This makes the tool-less production of plastic parts from original materials possible. As with 3D printing, the 3D CAD data is read in and disassembled. The desired part is then built up layer by layer.

cubicure0918Fakuma B2 Hall, Booth 2115

Particularly for the 3D printing of plastic injection molds, a combination of high production accuracy and good material properties is required. With the Hot lithography technology Cubicure offers a stereolithographic process, which processes highly precise viscose photopolymers at strongly increased structuring temperatures of up to 120 ¬į C.

covestro0818Fakuma B4 Hall, Booth 4206

Covestro presents a demonstrator for a shock absorber that uses three processes made of three materials. The complex part marks another milestone on the way from the production of individual prototypes through the integration of various functions to mass production.

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