Trumpf

One-stop supplier for industrial 3D printing of metals

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The LMD (laser metal deposition) TruLaser Cell 3000 is said to becapable of generating just about any sandwich structure.
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The LMD (laser metal deposition) TruLaser Cell 3000 is said to becapable of generating just about any sandwich structure. (Source: Trumpf)

Germany – Trumpf will be showcasing its new 3D printers at Formnext 2016 with a focus on industrialisation considering the whole process chain. Solutions for external powder and parts management, as well as a breadth of LMF and LMD technology will be on show.

Laser manufacturer Trumpf continues to build its product and technology portfolio for the additive manufacturing of metal parts. The company will be showcasing new 3D printers and one-stop solutions for a comprehensive system of industrial manufacturing using additive technologies at the Formnext trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany. Here, the company will be showcasing both Laser Metal Fusion (LMF) and Laser Metal Deposition (LMD). While LMF solutions manufacture complete parts layer by layer in a powder bed, in the case of LMD the laser forms a melt pool on the surface of a component and fuses the powder – applied simultaneously and coaxially – so as to create the desired shape, the company explains.

Formnext 2016 fully booked

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Formnext 2016 fully booked

08/29/2016 - Germany – Formnext 2016 is once again shaping up to be a hub of innovation and new technology. The Frankfurt, Germany based toolmaking and additive manufacturing show is going to be a much bigger event than the inaugural show last year, organiser Mesago says, with 40% more exhibition space and exhibitor numbers up 30%. read...

“Since we launched our new LMF and LMD solutions at the end of 2015, we have been seeing a significant upwards trend as well as interest from all areas of industry,” says Peter Leibinger, head of Trumpf Laser- und Systemtechnik. “More and more customers are using additive technologies not just to manufacture prototypes, but in full-scale production as well." This extends all the way from the tool and mould-making industries, through automotive and aerospace applications, all the way to dental and supplier solutions.

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