There are hardly any limits to innovative customers here. From soft TPEs to CF / GF highly filled materials, the WEBER wear-resistant extruders can plasticize with high performance. Large components are not only produced faster with the granulate-processing technology, but also significantly cheaper than using filament printing.
WEBER stands for years of experience and uses its expertise over and over to track down new trends and drive them forward. With a newly developed manufacturing cell, which produces large-volume components quickly and cost-effectively from a variety of plastic granules, and also allows the processing of highly filled materials, this lived progress is once again proven.
While filament-based 3D printing of plastics (FDM) is already widespread, the use of granules has only been showing its potential in recent years. Innovative users drive development through a strong adoption of additive technology towards more cost-effective solutions. In addition, additive manufacturing promises more flexibility and is thus able to create products that would not be possible with conventional manufacturing processes.
At the heart of this is a single-screw extruder, which has already been proven by numerous customers and is now further optimized for this special application.
The official launch of our first DX machine is scheduled for early 2020
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