Yesterday we honed in on the new metal 3D printing technologies making their debut at Formnext. Now, it’s the turn of the polymer contingent as a number of additive manufacturing companies are planning on bringing their latest hardware updates to the Frankfurt event.
The range is broad, from desktop machines to factory-focused post-processing systems, so to give you a little guidance on what you can expect to see, here are just some of the new technologies you should make some time for next week.
GEWO Feinmechanik GmbH (12.1, B20)
GEWO Feinmechanik GmbH and its 3D printing division GEWO 3D will be showing its new AM machine (and the latest TCT Germany Magazine cover star ) the GEWO Performer 260 . The company, which specialises in complex workpieces for the semiconductor industry, aerospace, medicine and research, says the new extrusion-based printer is an open material and software platform with […]
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