Large format 3D printers is, to put it simply, the industrial-scale 3D printing of items that were previously moulded or manufactured. Consider printing a life-size mannequin, a Coke bottle that is bigger than life for an advertisement, the entire car bumper, or even an aeroplane wing.
Large format 3D printing can create complex geometries that would typically require multiple components and assembly in addition to being a more affordable option to machining.
This reduces the cost and manufacturing time for finished goods. Large format 3D printers is a great option for manufacturers to use when building moulds and tooling because it reduces costs and lead times compared to standard manufacturing setups and gets rid of design constraints.
The Global Large-format 3D printer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Manufacturer of photopolymer resins, 3D printers, and components At Formnext Photocentric will display a variety of items 3D printed at its purpose-built print farm in Peterborough, United Kingdom.
3D printing in a large size. Some of the components on exhibit at Formnext were created using the Titan, the largest Photocentric 3D printer to date, which has a 700 x 395 x 1200 mm build volume, an impressive 8K 32″ LCD screen, a fast 16 mm/h print speed, and a 91 m pixel pitch resolution.
Large scale production is now possible for additive manufacturing uses in the automotive, transportation, creative arts, and merchandising thanks to this game-changing combo of enormous size, high resolution, print speed, and accuracy.
With many years of expertise in photopolymer and LCD-based large-scale manufacturing, Photocentric is supplying ceramic production parts in Alumina and Silica. This allows Photocentric to produce Alumina parts in large quantities.
The aerospace, medical, automotive, chemical, and electronic sectors all use alumina because it is a highly versatile ceramic with excellent electronic, chemical, and thermal properties.
In order to mass produce Silica cores with performance enhancements over injection molding, Photocentric is collaborating with the Centre of AM Excellence, AM-COE. Customers typically come from high-value industrial sectors like oil & gas, aerospace, energy, and energy.
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