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Prepregs, or preliminarily impregnated fibers, are typically reinforcing fabrics pre-impregnated with a resin system (thermoset or thermoplastic). These flexible sheets are laid up in a mold for getting the right shape and require no additional materials, they are commonly used for the manufacturing of advanced composite structures.
Exhibiting at the show has been one of our highlights in 2022: not only because we enjoyed the opportunity to meet our partners, suppliers, clients and other industry professionals, but also because Formnext brings together the whole AM industry and is a great way to stay up-to-date with industry trends. In this blog post, […]
About a year ago, at Formnext 2021, we officially introduced our industrial 3D printing PROM IS 500 to the market. After inviting beta users and focusing on customer research and understanding the market, its size and potential, it’s about time to share an update. At Formnext 2022, we sat down with PROM IS 500 Product […]
Starting in September 2022, 3D printing solution provider Anisoprint deployed their Research and Development Team at Jacobs University Bremen. The main focus of the partnership is fostering research and development of composites manufacturing with Continuous Fiber Coextrusion (CFC) technology and establishing a research environment for 3D printing technologies on the university campus in Bremen, Germany.
There has been a lot of enthusiasm about composites in aerospace and some disappointment too. In jet programs, composites were used for several decades, but they design, treat, and post-process composites the same way as metals. The reason is that by nature, the design for composites is extremely complicated. There is not so much theory […]
Currently, fiber-reinforced polymer composites are mostly made by hand, with only three automated technologies that allow for less human labor: pultrusion, filament winding, and automated fiber placement (AFP) with tape layering (ATL). At Anisoprint, we deal with 3D printing of continuous fiber reinforced composites, and will show you the closest to it — AFP with […]
3D printing is referred to as such because it allows to produce 3 dimensional objects; however, the printing process itself is actually more like 2.5D. What does it mean? The conventional additive manufacturing process consists in laying material on top of each other on a horizontal plane, meaning that the printing head and the nozzle […]
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg / Bremen, Germany – July 27, 2022: The Luxembourg based hardware start-up Anisoprint and Jacobs University Bremen have teamed up through a signed agreement to foster research, education and technology transfer on continuous fiber 3D printing on the university’s campus in Bremen.
Composite 3D printing is a relatively new trend in additive manufacturing: it is an innovative technology that allows to 3d print parts with enhanced parameters of strength, stiffness, and durability due to fiber component added to plastics. Here is how fiber can be combined with plastics: filling with chopped fiber or reinforcing with continuous strands. […]
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – July 4th, 2022: Anisoprint, a manufacturer of continuous fiber 3D printing systems, and Systemcreate announce an exclusive distribution partnership that will accelerate the adoption of 3D printed continuous fiber-reinforced composites in the Japanese market.