One theme I found among the technologies showcased at this year’s Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference
Essentium. The polymer 3D printer at AMUG most fully designed for industrial production likely was this company’s High Speed Extrusion machine, a 3D printer built on a platform derived from machines making semiconductors. Using linear motors in X and Y and ballscrews in Z to achieve precise high-speed motion, this FFF machine looks and moves not like a machine with origins in prototyping, but in fact much more like a CNC machine tool.
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