TOP 5 Videos: Essentium launches new HSE 280i HT 3D 3D printer
In the first video of this week’s top 5 videos, Essentium gives you the highlights of its newly launched HSE 280i HT 3D printer. Next up, EOS explains the importance of 3D printing in reducing negative environmental impacts and details the technology’s role as a responsible manufacturing method. Our third video shows the effect of the ASEUB scanning sprays using a specific example and then you can get to know the Siemens Mobility additive manufacturing network. Last but not least, Cooper Farms explain how they are incorporating additive manufacturing at their turkey farm. Have fun watching!
Top 1: Essentium launches new HSE 280i HT 3D 3D printer
This week, the American company Essentium presented its new HSE 280i HT 3D printing platform. This is the first industrial 3D printer to offer “complete” IDEX (independent dual extrusion system). Founded in 2013, Essentium generally offers industrial 3D printing solutions that break traditional manufacturing processes by bringing together product strength and production speed on a large scale with an uncompromising technical set of materials. In the following video, CEO Blake Teipel explains what makes the new HSE 280i HT 3D printer so special and how it differs from other machines on the market.
Top 2: EOS talks responsible manufacturing
EOS is the world’s leading technology provider for additive manufacturing solutions, ranging from 3D printers and materials to software. In this video EOS explains the importance of creating a balance between living well and putting too much strain on the planet’s resources. With an ever increasing population, pollution, waste and harmful use of resources, it is important now more than ever. These issues are perpetuated by wastefulness, inefficiency, and restrictiveness of traditional subtractive manufacturing methods. EOS seeks to ameliorate the situation through innovation and technology, specifically additive manufacturing, which the company labels as ‘responsible by design’. To find out more, watch the video below.
Top 3: AESUB scan Mercedes Benz car door
The next video shows you the effect of the ASEUB scanning sprays. AESUB is a Dortmund-based start-up founded in 2018 that specializes in the manufacture and sale of scanning sprays. Components in the automotive industry in particular are often transparent, reflective or very shiny and therefore difficult to scan for 3D scanners. This is exactly where AESUB products come into play: They help to create a matt, homogeneous coating and thus perfect scanning conditions. Many components that have to be scanned in the automotive industry are transparent, reflective or very shiny. AESUB products help to create a matt, homogeneous coating and thus perfect scanning conditions. After the scanning process, the coating evaporates by itself: SPRAY | SCAN | FINISHED!
Top 4: Siemens Mobility explains its additive manufacturing network
Siemens Mobility is the largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe. The multinational conglomerate company is headquartered in Munich, with offices abroad. In this video, Siemens follows a Russian man named Yuri working in a depot in Moscow, who gets a call from a client in St. Petersburg that needs a part urgently. Siemens goes on to demonstrate the benefits of additive manufacturing and the impressive opportunity for savings that the technology allows.
Top 5: Cooper Farms incorporates AM
In our final video you can follow Cooper Farms as they enter into the world of additive manufacturing. Though starting out small, over the last 80 years the turkey company has now evolved into a multi location facility in west central Ohio. The company now harvest around 26’000 turkeys per day. With the help of scanning specialists FreshMade 3D and additive manufacturing machine builder JuggerBot 3D, Cooper Farms has begun to incorporate additive manufacturing technology into their proceedings. You can find out more about their processes in this video:
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