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Composite 3D printing in China: 5 lessons we learned after one year in the market

From early 2021 on, we’re focusing on the Chinese market. A partnership with Solid Dynamic, our distributor, has enabled us to launch our sales efforts successfully. Time to reflect on the things we’ve learned after one year of building our presence in this highly fascinating region.

 

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PROM IS 500: Anisoprint introduces industrial 3D printer and invites beta users

Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg November, 9th, 2021: on Formnext 2021, Anisoprint launches an industry-scale high temperature polymer machine for continuous fiber 3D printing and begins inviting first beta testers.

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Industrial Continuous Fiber Additive Manufacturing: Anisoprint and Bosch Rexroth join Forces

Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg October 26, 2021: Anisoprint demonstrates the power of composite additive manufacturing: In an industry-first, Bosch Rexroth’s MTX, a tried-and-proven CNC system for industrial 3D printing technologies is now implemented in continuous fiber additive manufacturing. PROM IS 500 will celebrate its premiere at this year’s Formnext. 

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Lunar Rover Vehicle Powered by Continuous Fiber Reinforced Composites from Luxembourg

September 28, 2021: Anisoprint, a Luxembourg-based hardware startup, uses its unique technology to produce lightweight parts for a lunar rover designed by student team Kepler, winners of ActInSpace 2020, the largest worldwide space application hackathon.

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The XYZ-files: Anisoprint and Additive Flow launch topology optimization software for composite materials design

Anisoprint and Additive Flow augment continuous composite 3D printing with AI-powered multimaterial optimization software.

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Made in Luxembourg: Anisoprint starts production in the EU

Anisoprint, a manufacturer of continuous fiber 3D printing machines, earns the label from the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce for the companies complying with their standards — “Made in Luxembourg”.