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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.
September 28, 2021: Anisoprint, a Luxembourg-based hardware startup, uses its unique technology to produce lightweight parts for a lunar rover designed by Kepler, winners of ActInSpace 2020, the largest worldwide space application hackathon.
Anisoprint and Additive Flow augment continuous composite 3D printing with AI-powered multimaterial optimization software.
What is the human role in post industrial manufacturing.
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”.
Composite 3D printing is a relatively new trend in additive manufacturing. It is an innovative technology that allows creating 3D printed parts with enhanced parameters of strength, stiffness, and durability due to fiber component added to plastics. There are two ways to add fiber to plastics: fill with chopped fiber or reinforce with continuous strands, […]
AFP, automated fiber placement or initially “advanced fiber placement”, is one of the modern and popular technologies of composites manufacturing. In essence, it is an additive manufacturing process fully adapted to high productivity: it uses carbon fiber tapes instead of filament to increase the coverage, works on open areas, and creates complex surfaces like fuselages, […]
Brightlands Materials Center, a Dutch research center, has developed 3D printed composite parts with self-sensing functionality. Self-sensing creates opportunities to monitor critical structures in fields such as aerospace, construction, healthcare.
Most 3D printing processes are actually 2.5D. What does it mean? The conventional process of 3D printing is laying material on top of each other on the parallel plane, resulting in a three-dimensional object. In traditional 3D printers, moving parts are most often either the printing table, or the printing head, or both of them, […]
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