The Robotic Additive Manufacturing systems from EnvisionTEC and Viridis3D

Viridis3D is a flexible robotic additive manufacturing system that could easily be used in foundries.

A new way of production to foundries

Foundries will enjoy the speed with which the systems prints — and how fast their operation can be up and running with the new technology.

With this system, raw materials are shipped and files are simply transmitted to 3D printers in strategic locations. The result is castings are poured the same day, only where you need them.

Images via EnvisionTEC


Technical features

The robotic AM makes use of a patent-pending technology. Indeed, in order to realize prints of sand molds, mold cores and investment casting patterns for foundry applications, a proprietary print head uses exclusive binder jetting technology. The proprietary systems include easy-to-use Viriprint software that comprises a CAD file to print a mold and core in a few hours.

A variety of build envelopes are now offered. The RAM 123 prints pieces up to 1’ x 2’ x 3’, with a RAM 224 (2’ x 2’ x 4’), RAM 236 (2’ x 3’ x 6’), and RAM 336 (3’ x 3’ x 6’) now available.

Viridis3D can also develop custom solutions with this scalable solution.


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