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Additive manufacturing in an innovative and highly productive polar system

The continuously rotating print platform is lowered layer by layer and the material is applied layer by layer. In our globally patented printing process, only the print platform moves; the print heads and other stations are static. This way, they do not wear out due to jerky movements, as is the case with the current state of technology. Several independent printing stations facilitate simultaneous application of different doses of materials. A huge benefit: The system’s multi-processing capacity makes it possible that, for example, electronic components can be inserted into the pre-printed moulds/cases/boards via pick-and-place.

Design of shape and material

Geometry and material concept for your 3D printed object are created from your requirements and ideas. We already support you during the design process.

Integration into ERP systems

You can continue to use your familiar software. We provide the interfaces to seamlessly transfer your data into the AM process.

Automated preprocessing

How are the components positioned to optimally utilise the print platform? How can the support material be used as economically and efficiently as possible? And which print layer thickness is best? Our software configures these and other parameters fully automatically. Variable data such as track-and-trace coding are added. The focus is always on maximum productivity.

Automated post-processing

On the easily removable segments of the print platform, the finished 3D printed objects can be automatically transferred to the downstream production chain. The next step is to dissolve the support material in a water bath, which significantly reduces processing time. Segments with components that are finished faster can be removed during the process, while the segments with higher components continue to be printed.

Cubic Ink® High Performance 1 series
Excellent firmness, stiffness, and heat resistance
Cubic Ink® High Performance 4er-Serie
This class of materials strikes a good balance between heat resistance and brittleness
Tough / Rigid
Rigid or impact-resistant properties depending on requirements
Flexible
Variable flexibility and hardness
  • Thermal form-stability Up to 193 °C (HDT B)
  • Thermal long-time stability 3.000 h at 120 °C
  • Ink stability at printing temperature > 7 days
  • Storage stability > 6 month
  • E-Modul 3,3 GPa
  • Tensile Strength 86 MPa
  • Elongation at Break 3.5%
  • Shore D 83
  • Compare to Carbon CE 221 and Envisiontec E-CE
  • Thermal form-stability 100 °C (HDT B)
  • E-Modul 3.0 GPa
  • Tensile Strength 66 MPa
  • Elongation at Break 6%
  • Flexural modulus 2.7 GPa
  • Tough: E-Modul 1100 GPa
  • Tough: Tensile Strength 25 MPa
  • Tough: Elongation at Break 45 %
  • Rigid: E-Modul 1800 GPa
  • Rigid: Tensile Strength 48 MPa
  • Rigid: Elongation at Break 4,5 %
  • Shore A 30: E-Modul < 5 GPa
  • Shore A 30: Tensile Strength 2 MPa
  • Shore A 30: Elongation at Break 200 %
  • Shore A 95: E-Modul < 50 GPa
  • Shore A 95: Tensile Strength 7 MPa
  • Shore A 30: Elongation at Break 130 %

Productivity and flexibility – ready for additive mass production?
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