Additive Manufacturing Multistation tasked with distribution of Innovatiq's thermal polymerization process

Editor: Alexander Stark

France — Following an agreement with Innovatiq, Multistation will be distributing the LiQ320 silicone 3D printers in the French territory.

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The LiQ320 machine is a real production machine of silicone parts, able to be integrated into a 3D printer farm with automation of the unloading of the produced parts.
The LiQ320 machine is a real production machine of silicone parts, able to be integrated into a 3D printer farm with automation of the unloading of the produced parts.
(Source: Multistation)

Multistation and Innovatiq, a manufacturer for industrial 3D printer, announce the conclusion of a collaboration agreement as of June 2021 with the exclusivity for the silicone printing solutions in France. Multistation will now resell innovatiQ’s large format 3D printing and silicone printing solutions in France.

Among the silicone 3D printing processes, Innovatiq’s technology is the first one to use thermal polymerization with a lamp integrated into the process. The LiQ320 machine produces functional parts directly after printing, without the need of post-processing steps. The printed silicones have properties comparable to silicones usually produced with conventional manufacturing methods, such as injection modeling. The process is suitable for silicone but also for polyurethane.

The Innovatiq LiQ320 machine is a real production machine for silicone parts, which can be added to a 3D printers farm with automation of the unloading of produced parts. The applications are diverse and include the production of soles for the shoe industry, manufacturing seals for the automotive industry, moulds and the electronics industry.

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