The Mark One composite 3D printer will be featured. This produces nylon-based parts that can be reinforced with carbon fibre, fibreglass or Kevlar, presenting very high strength 3D printed parts, for working prototypes or jig and fixtures production. The printer can also embed other components such as sensors and electronics during the print process.
There will also be the UP Box printer, an ABS specialist, suitable for engineering and electronic applications requiring more detailed parts and a higher-post processing temperature for form, fit and function testing.
Visitors can bring examples of parts they may wish to 3D print and have free consultations to discuss the feasibility of incorporating desktop 3D printing into existing processes.
Staff will be on hand with a selection of hand-picked products offering different tools to suit different applications from electronic and engineering, through to product design and innovation.
See Creat3D on stand N55 or go to www.desktop3dprinter.com for more information