INTAMSYS was one of many who attended the recent TCT Asia trade show.
There was a time when high-temperature 3D printing was considered an experimental exercise, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore.
In a briefing earlier today I learned about INTAMSYS’ plans for 2021, and they are quite ambitious.
In the last 2-3 years there has been a dramatic rise in high-temperature 3D printing, but what are the materials for this type of printing?
INTAMSYS announced a partnership with Victrex to allow use of a newly designed PAEK 3D printer filament in their high-temperature equipment.
INTAMSYS announced a radically new 3D printer, the FLEX 510, which is able to 3D print flexible objects at very high speeds.
INTAMSYS has worked with researchers to develop an interesting hybrid 3D printing / laser-scribing process that can be used in a variety of unusual sensors.
INTAMSYS presented its latest cutting-edge 3D printer, the FUNMAT PRO 610 HT at Formnext 2019 in Frankfurt, the first time seen publicly in Europe.
INTAMSYS offers a line of several powerful high-temperature 3D printers capable of printing in PEEK, ULTEM and other high-performance functional materials.
If you’re thinking about 3D printing in high-temperature materials you might want to look at the INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 410.
Interest in high-temperature 3D printing is now sufficient for specialized service providers.
I’m reading a release from 3D printer manufacturer Intamsys that suggests a new style of business model is evolving.
Shanghai-based INTAMSYS’ FUNMAT series of professional 3D printers hopes to provide the world with high temperature capabilities.
Shanghai-based INTAMSYS produces several 3D printers, but one of particular interest is the FUNMAT HT 3D printer.