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A 3D Printed part for Olympic Shipping and Management S.A. The material used was HIPS.
Monday, May 9, 2022 Production of parts using iSLM160
Just finished the production of some parts, using our iSLM160 industrial-grade metal 3D printer. The material used was Stainless Steel 316L.
Sunday, May 8, 2022 Visit to CELLINK
Our Customer Business Development Manager George Pantoleon, was in Sweden to visit the new premises of CELLINK.
Our General Manager, Costas Andronikidis, presented Additive Manufacturing technologies to an audience in Iceland, at the IceTec (Technological Institute of Iceland).
A few days ago Meltio made a public demo of the robotic-based WAAM system and related digital-twin. With that system Meltio can perform any AM task, simulate the printing process, follow it from a digital-twin and fully control the printing process. Meltio now focusing in the LMD (Laser Metal Deposition) version which is controlled by the same software and related infrastructure.
ANiMA- The 3D Printer Experts sponsored the Racing Team Perseus from FSAE Team - University of Western Macedonia (Kozani), for this year’s Student Formula Racing Competition. We wish them the very best of luck!
ANiMA equipped the Additive Manufacturing Unit of CERTH (AMU) with 3D Solutions to develop their R&D, Rapid prototyping, and Industrial manufacturing infrastructures.
Friday, March 19, 2021 Figure 4 Rigid White
Figure 4 Rigid White
Tuesday, January 12, 2021 How does SLS 3D printing work?
SLS 3D printing uses a high-powered laser to fuse powdered thermoplastic material together into a desired 3D shape. SLS relies on the principle of “sintering” a material to form a solid mass. Sintering refers to the process of compacting a loose material, such as a plastic powder, by the application of heat or pressure. Sintering does not melt the material, but rather provides just enough energy for the atoms of separate objects to diffuse across the material boundaries. SLS produces tough, functional parts, with the ability to achieve good surface finish, fine detailing and (almost) no geometrical constraints, as it doesn’t need support material. This production-grade technology is ideal for both functional prototyping and small production runs, as it offers a high degree of design freedom, high accuracy, and exceptional mechanical properties to rival those of injection-molded parts.
We are very happy every time we can share our passion for Additive Manufacturing and we support young & creative students to expand their knowledge in 3D technologies!