Nano Dimension to showcase its ceramic and metal Additive Manufacturing at TCT3Sixty

May 15, 2024

Nano Dimension show a range of metal and ceramic components at TCT3Sixty (Courtesy Nano Dimension)
Nano Dimension show a range of metal and ceramic components at TCT3Sixty (Courtesy Nano Dimension)

Nano Dimension, based in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, has announced that it will present its range of manufacturing systems, application samples and materials from its Additive Manufacturing and Micro-Additive Manufacturing portfolio at this year’s TCT3Sixty exhibition, which will be held at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, from 5-6 June 2024.

For visitors keen to hear more about the latest technology developments for high-volume ceramic and metal Additive Manufacturing, Nano Dimension will showcase the advanced attributes of its Admatec series for R&D and industrial serial production.

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With a large build volume and the capability to additively manufacture both advanced complex ceramics and metal geometries, as well as multi-material on one machine, the company’s Admaflex 300 Additive Manufacturing machine will demonstrate its proven ability to undertake demanding projects, including the mass-production of silica shells and cores for high precision casting.

Commenting on his company’s plans for TCT3Sixty, Nir Sade, GM, AM Division & SVP Product at Nano Dimension, stated, “3D printing has changed manufacturing, and Micro-AM technology, as demonstrated by our expanding technology line-up, is propelling this growth by reaching new frontiers for parts complexity, details and features. For TCT3Sixty visitors seeking to produce precise micro parts with sub-micron accuracy and surface finish for a plethora of industrial requirements or speciality applications in ceramics or metal, a chat with one of our on-stand experts could well hold the key to addressing your needs and transforming your operations.”

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