Industrial AM Productivity Made in Germany

AMpolar® i2

Multi-material, high quality, and lowest costs per part - the AMpolar® i2 employs a patented High-Speed Rotative (HSR) AM Process.
The unique, continuously rotating print platform enables highly productive single-pass printing over an extremely large build volume. AMpolar® i2 delivers unparalleled output of printed parts per time unit, resulting in a significant reduction in costs per part.

Industrial AM Production System

High Speed Rotative (HSR) AM Process

Our AMpolar® i2 industrial production 3D printing machine employs a patented
High-Speed Rotative AM Process (HSR). The unique, continuously rotating print platform enables highly productive single-pass printing over an extremely large build area of
2.0 m2 (21.5 ft2) resulting in a build volume of 700 litres.
To match the productivity output to that of an AMpolar® i2, multiple traditional
3D printers must be operated in parallel, contributing to an increase in costs and complexity. AMpolar® i2 delivers unparalleled output of printed parts per time unit, resulting in a significant reduction in costs per part.

 

HSR High Speed Rotative Animation

Multi-Process Ability

A fully automated environment has never been easier than with the AMpolar® i2,
where additional automated equipment can be integrated within the printing process.  For example, it is possible to combine the rotating print platform with a fully automated pick-and-place process that will pick up parts and place it in a position as printing is resumed to complete the fixture.

3D Printer Milti Process Ability

Multi-Material Printing

Our AMpolar® i2 industrial production 3D printing machine employs a patented
High-Speed Rotative AM Process (HSR). The unique, continuously rotating print platform enables highly productive single-pass printing over an extremely large build area of
2.0 m2 (21.5 ft2) resulting in a build volume of 700 litres.
To match the productivity output to that of an AMpolar® i2, multiple traditional
3D printers must be operated in parallel, contributing to an increase in costs and complexity. AMpolar® i2 delivers unparalleled output of printed parts per time unit, resulting in a significant reduction in costs per part.

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Two Print-Modes - One Printer

Manufacturing Mode
for highest productivity on series production due to bigger build volume.

Prototyping Mode
for high speed rapid prototyping due to shorter cycle-time.

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Water-Soluble Support Material and Lowest Costs per Part

We developed an easy to handle, 100% water-soluble support material that allows quick and automatic removal of all support structures. No additional chemicals or mechanical treatments. We enable a smooth and highly productive workflow with up to 50% reduced post-processing time without the additional risk of damaging the finished parts.

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3D Printing - The Future

What is 3D printing?

3D printing is the additive manufacturing of three-dimensional objects.
This is done, unlike conventional printing, by not wearing off.
Here, material is applied layer by layer and controlled by a computer.
And stuck, dried or melted. The material may be in liquid or solid form.
From plastic, metal, sand, ceramics, polymer gypsum, there are a variety of usable materials existing.

How is 3D printing done?

To be able to print something in three dimensions, you first have to create a template.
This template of the 3D model is created using special CAD programs in the computer.
Under CAD programs, one can imagine the creation of computer-aided design data.
In the respective CAD program, a geometric model can be created, modeled, and calculated in a virtual environment. This created data can be passed directly to a
3D printer.

Why is 3D printing revolutionary?

In contrast to other types of production, which can often lead to complex geometry problems, 3D printing can also use its additive process to avoid cavities or to create structures in the object. In addition, 3D printing is a very material-saving means of production, since only the material is consumed, what is needed for the object. A very important advantage is the cost-effective and fast production of functional and complex models. Also change requests can be implemented quickly.

 

Figuren aus dem 3D Drucker