PowerPrint large-scale 3D printer has been launched by KraussMaffei.

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In 2022, a revolutionary piece of technology made its grand entrance at the highly anticipated K trade show. The 3D printer, developed by KraussMaffei, took center stage alongside the precisionPrint system. This groundbreaking creation, known as the powerPrint, caught the attention of industry experts and enthusiasts alike.

Fast forward to today, and KraussMaffei has thrilling news for all those eagerly awaiting the availability of the powerPrint. The large-scale 3D printer is now officially ready for purchase. Not only that, but the company has also introduced a print-on-demand service that utilizes this cutting-edge system.

What sets the powerPrint apart from its competitors is its capability to manufacture products with a volume of up to ten cubic meters. This impressive capacity allows for the creation of large-scale components and custom parts with ease. Since its introduction at the K trade show, the powerPrint has undergone extensive testing for various fiber-reinforced and compounded materials, proving its versatility and reliability.

According to Rolf Mack, Vice President of Additive Manufacturing at KraussMaffei, the powerPrint is more than just a 3D printer. It represents a whole new level of innovation and convenience for customers. Mack emphasizes, “The powerPrint is ready to produce custom parts for the customer at the customer’s facility with the highest industry and quality standards.”

KraussMaffei, a company specializing in extrusion, injection molding, and reaction process machinery, leverages its extensive process knowledge to develop groundbreaking technologies like 3D printing. The powerPrint is a testament to that commitment. With an output rate of up to 30 kg/h, it can effortlessly produce components of up to 2 x 2.5 x 2 meters independently and without the need for manual intervention. The printer operates at a temperature of up to 350°C, ensuring optimal conditions for high-quality prints.

To further cater to the needs of customers, KraussMaffei offers a convenient alternative to purchasing the powerPrint. The company provides a print-on-demand service, where applications are designed according to customer specifications and technical possibilities. KraussMaffei takes care of the printing process and also handles post-processing, ensuring a seamless experience from start to finish.

This print-on-demand service has already produced remarkable results. Customers have leveraged the powerPrint to create a variety of components, including a molding tool for the vacuum infusion process, a sand casting mold, and even a charging column. These achievements highlight the versatility and potential of this innovative technology.

The future holds endless possibilities for the powerPrint and the world of 3D printing. As more customers experience its capabilities first-hand, it is clear that KraussMaffei is breaking new ground in the additive manufacturing industry. Stay updated with the latest news and developments by joining the conversation on the TCT Additive Manufacturing Network.

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The powerPrint has arrived, ready to reshape manufacturing as we know it. Don’t miss out on this exciting journey into the world of limitless possibilities.

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