This year’s Hannover Messe (April 23rd – 27th) will see Stratasys, a global leader in applied additive technology solutions, showcase its advanced FDM and PolyJet technologies with its German reseller, alphacam, and key strategic partner, Siemens.
For those interested in learning more about several key company announcements occurring during the show, Stratasys representatives will be present on the alphacam stand (Hall 6, Stand L16).
Visitors to the alphacam stand can learn how the all-in-one professional prototyping system F123 addresses all elements of the prototyping workflow. From concept verification to design validation to final functional performance testing, this series of 3D printers empowers designers and engineers with a solution diverse enough to meet the needs of a range of prototyping applications. The GrabCAD Print Software compatible F370 3D Printer will be shown live on site. The F370 enables the rapid creation of cost-effective prototypes in the consumer products, aerospace, automotive and other key industries.
Hannover Messe also offers visitors the chance to see the world’s only, full-colour multi-material 3D printer, the J750, printing live on alphacam’s stand. With the unique ability to print full colour parts in multiple materials – in a single print – the J750 3D Printer eliminates several important design processes. This enables product designers to make significant time-savings changes during prototyping and the luxury of near instantaneous decision-making to accelerate product development.
Breaking new boundaries in Voxel-controlled 3D printing
Visitors will also learn more about the capabilities of the recently-launched Voxel Print software solution. This combines the power of multi-material 3D printing with true voxel-level control, enabling users to create advanced structures, gradient colour patterns, internal properties and textures to fit precise material requirements. The software is already being harnessed by customers such as LAIKA Entertainment, the Fraunhofer Institute and the Singapore University of Advanced Technology.
Throughout the course of the show, Stratasys will also showcase its ongoing collaboration with key strategic partner, Siemens. Visitors to the Siemens stand (Hall 9 / D35) can learn more about how the two companies continue to work together to advance the development of Stratasys’ Robotic Composite 3D Demonstrator. Designed to revolutionize the 3D printing of composite parts, the Robotic Composite 3D Demonstrator delivers true 3D printing by using an 8-axis motion system that enables precise, directional material placement for strength, redefining how future lightweight parts will be built.
Academic and medical research, as well as training organizations can use GrabCAD Voxel Print to create ultra-realistic anatomical models, such as this cancellous, mesh-like bone, for practicing surgical procedures such as cutting, reaming and drilling.
The F370 3D Printer from Stratasys’ acclaimed F123 Series, which continues to prove a massive hit among design workgroups following its introduction last year