3DGence says the INDUSTRY F420, their new high-performance FFF 3D printer, meets the Industry 4.0 standards



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3DGence promises to make a real splash at Formnext with the premiere of INDUSTRY F420, the company’s latest released FFF 3D Printer.

Speaking of the next generation system for rapid prototyping and customization, the Polish manufacturer of high-temperature industrial 3D printers the ability to print a wide range of high-performance materials at a fast pace.

It has become apparent that to ensure highest print quality and final parts performance in an industrial setting we have to investigate the material at every level – from compounding to final filament production. This way we are able to build a comprehensive landscape of different materials, applications and properties. Knowledge associated with this process benefits the printer’s performance and clarifies the picture for the end user. We have partnered with a world-spanning network of renowned filament and resin producers” – says Filip Turzyński, Technology and Materials Expert at 3DGence.

This landscape of different materials includes the Kimya Pekk-A, the company’s soluble material strengthened by Arkema’s resin, and other high-performance materials such as ULTEM™ and PEEK filaments to name a few of them.

The 3DGence INDUSTRY F420’s main features include a print volume of 380 x 380 x 420 mm, an air filtration system that serves to filter styrene, VOC, PM 2.5 and PM 10, and in options a signal tower, UPS power backup, as well as CLOUD Solution.

The company’s industrial slicing software is compatible with the newest family member. Its intuitive interface has been improved to enable quick access to selected print settings and, to have a better control of the material profiles

For the first time we present an online platform for 3D printing management that allows users to get an overview of the 3D printing process, including running and queuing print-jobs, schedule maintenance, and administration tools for different employees. Everything that the operator needs is internet access – says Krzysztof Wilk, R&D Director at 3DGence.

For a few years, we have been talking about the 3DGence Industry F340, we now can’t wait to see how effective are the finished 3D printed parts produced with the Industry F420.  Formnext will mark the official launch sales period of the newest device, so be ready and make sure you stop by at booth E41, hall 12.1 to discover the 3D printing platform.

The starting price of the INDUSTRY F420 is 49 000 – 75 000 EUR. The company is however, offering, the special Formnext show price to those who register via their website.

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