FELIXprinters, a Dutch 3D printer maker is getting ready to unveil a novel set of high-temperature 3-dimensional printers in the subsequent few weeks. The latest mechanism builds on the firm’s present Pro L and XL 3D printing programs. However, it features a higher temperature capacity, providing broader material adaptability. FELIXprinters states that the 3D printers are currently some weeks away from business use.
In spite of the huge strain that COVID-19 pandemic as thrown into most businesses’ 2020 projects FELIXprinters states it has done comparatively well up to now. The firm has witnessed continued interest for its commercial 3D printer series and also its new BIOprinter. This is enabling it to carry on with its manufacturing. This is as said by the Co-Founder of FELIXprinters Wilgo Feliksdal.
For example, at the beginning of the year, the firm got tender from an intentional client with interest in the evolution of high-temperature 3-dimensional printers. Feliksdal states that it will go into manufacturing via quarter two a quarter three of 2020. The 3D printing system may reportedly attain up to 400°C in temperatures and has a huge build capacity of 600 x 600 x 600 mm.
With the capability of high temperatures, the latest 3D printing machine series will have the ability to print with a wide variety of materials. This includes polypropylene and polycarbonate. The firm states that its mechanism will have apps for prototyping in the aerospace, architecture, design, and engineering sectors among others. This assists to lessen the turnaround times n the product growth procedure.
“There is no doubt that we are in unprecedented times, and we like many companies operating in the 3D printing space are having to adapt our ways of working as we begin to defeat the coronavirus, and we are delighted that despite everything we have successfully developed our high temperature solutions,” states Guillaume Feliksdal, Co-Founder of FELIXprinters.
He also said that the 3D printing industry is special as it is expected to experience a upswing in recognition as international firms started to reexamine and make their supply connections local.
“At FELIXprinters, the continued demand for our industrial 3D printers, the enormous interest in our BIOprinter, and the recent developments we have made in term of high-temperature additive manufacturing show the vibrancy of the niche, and also demonstrate the resilience of industry as we all drive on and innovate, even in these difficult times. I feel we have the edge in many areas due to an exceptional, dedicated, and passionate team, and I would like to thank each and every one of them for their hard work and talents.”
While FELIXprinters s getting ready to bring its latest high-temperature mechanisms to market, the firm insists that it also created tailored additive manufacturing solutions for clients to meet their certain requirements.