Triditive introduces two Amcell industrial AM machines

October 6, 2021

Triditive’s Amcell 8300 utilises what the company refers to as Automated Multimaterial Deposition Technology®, and is supported by EVAM Software (Courtesy Triditive)

Triditive, Gijón, Spain, has released two new industrial Additive Manufacturing machines, the Amcell 8300® and Amcell 1400®, for both metals and polymers. The machines are intended to allow the development of flexible technology to manufacture complex parts at a reduced time to market.

The Amcell 1400 is a large format Material Extrusion (MEX) machine, suitable for metals, composites and polymers. It makes use of a Material Extrusion (MEX) process to additively manufacture titanium and stainless steel parts.

The Amcell 8300 is aimed at high-volume production and utilises what the company refers to as Automated Multimaterial Deposition (AMD) Technology®, a multi material MEX process, capable of manufacturing parts in polymers, composites and metals at the same time.

Both machines feature EVAM Software®, a manufacturing execution system (MES) that supports the creation and management of digital warehouses and to scale production on demand. The software also works to calculate the prices of the parts produced through its quotation engine, enabling the centralisation and arrangement of all production orders.

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