Fakuma 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.
However, the Freeformer designed for industrial additive manufacturing can do much more than an 3D printer: it melts commercially available plastic granules and produces functional components individually or in small batches from the tiniest drops. The Freeformer works dust-free and emission-free. Thus, the individual parts production without injection mold from batch size 1 is flexible and economically possible.
The space of the Freeformer offers space for parts up to 154 x 134 x 230 mm. Since the system is equipped with two dispensing units, the second unit can be used for an additional component, for. B. to manufacture a component in hard-soft. The AKF process (Arburg Plastic Freeforming) and the Freeformer were specifically designed as an open system. The following materials are already processed in the Freeformer: ABS, PA, PC, TPE, PP, PMMA, SEBS, PLLA.