Grenzebach to showcase automated solutions at Formnext 2021

November 8, 2021

Grenzebach Group, headquartered in Hamlar, Germany, will be presenting its automation solutions for both metal and polymer Additive Manufacturing at Formnext 2021. Grenzebach integrates and networks process steps such as unpacking, inspection, processing and surface treatment. It offers solutions for companies moving from prototype and small batch production to series production of AM parts.

Grenzebach’s automation technology for Additive Manufacturing can be implemented for both new and existing systems. Products range from individual components to holistic automation concepts. Automation solutions available from Grenzebach include:

  • Automated guided vehicles with goods carriers
  • Machine fitting
  • Robot cells
  • Transport & handling technology
  • Inspection solutions
  • Software integration

“For manufacturers and users of 3D printing equipment, we network the various working steps in Additive Manufacturing processes,” stated Oliver Elbert, Head of Business Development. “By automating the processes, we achieve an optimal production flow and thus efficient utilisation of the equipment. In addition, our solutions make working environments safer.”

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