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Additive manufacturing, 3D printing and other forming processes

covestro0719Silicon Valley-based Carbon developed 3D printing for the company Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) technology, with which the production of parts can be accelerated up to a hundredfold compared to previous methods. After years of research, Carbon has also developed a novel liquid polyurethane resin suitable for the manufacture of parts.

Rampf07191Powerful epoxy and polyurethane materials for core-making and molding were at the center of attention Rampf Tooling Solutions on the Gifa 2019. The products of the brand "Raku Tool" are used for the production of initial samples and small series as well as in mass production.

Mark3d0619Rapidtech hall 2, booth 111

Mark3D presents the new self-extinguishing Material "Onyx FR". Markforged has developed the flame-retardant material that can be reinforced with various continuous filaments to open up new applications in the aerospace, defense and automotive industries.

rampf0419With the highly abrasion-resistant block material "Raku Tool WB-1258"Provides Rampf In numerous foundry model applications, an unbeatable alternative to mold plates and high-priced metals. Thanks to the extremely high abrasion resistance, the polyurethane plate can achieve far more than 100.000 impressions.

Fraunhofer0419Hannover Messe Hall 2, Stand C22

Fraunhofer IWU introduces an 3D printer combination that finally prints plastic parts for the industry. The "Seam-HEX" offers tremendous process speed by combining machine tool technology with 3D printing.

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.

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