3D Printing Industry | 10/12/2018 | Beau Jackson
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Formnext has rapidly established itself as a must-attend event in the crowded calendar of 3D printing shows.

Taking place from 3 to 16 November 2018, 550 exhibitors from across the additive manufacturing ecosystem will present the latest technology at the Frankfurt exhibition grounds. In 2017, more than 21,000 visitors attended the third edition of the trade show.

Exhibition - Hall - Visitor - Numbers - Record

For 2018, exhibition hall 3 is fully booked and it is anticipated that visitor numbers will set a new record. The fourth edition of formnext will include the AM Standards Forum, a transatlantic summit organized by Formnext in conjunction with the U.S. Commercial Service, along with German and American partners.

In the coming weeks 3D Printing Industry will be taking a look at what to expect from this year’s show. And, much like Christmas, it seems the announcements commence earlier every year.

Machine - Manufacturer - Arburg - AM - System

German machine manufacturer Arburg will be showing a new AM system. The Freeformer 300-3X is an industrial 3D printing system that will be unveiled to the public during Formnext 2018.

“For many years, users have appreciated the benefits of our Freeformer 200-3X and the possibilities that the system and Arburg Plastic Freeforming have to offer,” said Lukas Pawelczyk, of Arburg. “As a revolutionary next step, we’re celebrating the world premiere of the Freeformer 300-3X at the Formnext 2018, which will expand the Arburg product range and open up new fields of application. For the first time worldwide, complex and resilient functional parts can be produced from three components in hard/soft combination with support structure using this machine for industrial additive manufacturing – that’s unique in the industry.”

Arburg - Booth - E70

Arburg will be in hall 3.1, Booth E70.

The Arburg freeformer 300-3X.

Tel - Aviv - LEO - Lane - Frankfurt

Tel Aviv’s LEO Lane will be in Frankfurt to demonstrate, “how corporations can uphold brand integrity and IP protection by securely managing additive manufacturing, each and every time parts are...
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