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Additive Innovation introduces new additive manufacturing system

Posted 24 July 2019 · Add Comment

Additive Innovation has introduced a new system of rapid additive manufacturing of thermoplastic parts combined with innovative functions such as surface textures and automatic parts identification.


 
Additive Innovation (AI) is now offering high speed production of polyamide 12 (PA 12) thermoplastic parts using HP Jet Fusion technology. It uses data from all popular CAD systems and 3D formats.

The new service of the AI specialist enables the users to access new innovative functions. Surface textures from over 5,000 texture patterns are available. The textures open up completely new possibilities, for example for components such as interior trim in automotive design. In addition, the model can be eroded to reduce costs. With the software 4D_Additive these functions can be realised quickly and easily and do not cause additional costs. The unique technology package of software and hardware enables fast and cost-effective production of parts with high standard quality and feel.
 
Simple Application with Unique Designs
With the HP Jet Fusion process and the 4D_Additive software provided by Additive Innovation, full-surface fusion of the material layers results in pressure-tight, heavy-duty components with isotropic strength properties, homogeneous surfaces and unique texture patterns that can be immediately installed in industrial products without reworking. 
 
Additive Innovation offers the automatic part identification with the software 3D_Evolution Partfinder, which is carried out on the basis of any CAD formats directly at the customer. The components suitable for 3D printing are automatically found and companies can assess the potential of additive manufacturing for their component spectrum.

 

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