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INTAMSYS EMEA receives first order for FUNMAT PRO 610 HT 3D printer

The system is optimized for processing high performance thermoplastics

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INTAMSYS‘ Germany-based subsidiary, INTAMSYS Technology GmbH (INTAMSYS EMEA) signed its first order for the INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 610 HT printing system that will be installed at a world-class German industry research institute.

As part of the Early Customer Adoption Program(ECAP), INTAMSYS plans to install a limited number of systems in Europe by the end of this year. “We are very excited about the first FUNMAT PRO 610 HT order. This is on one hand a true recognition of the hard work done by our team and on the other hand an acceptance by the market of our strategy to supply industrial customers with high-end 3D production systems to manufacture parts using high-performance plastics such as PEEK and ULTEM ”, said Charles Han, CEO of INTAMSYS.

FUNMAT PRO 610 HT The 610 HT is a system tailored for additive manufacturing by filament extrusion of high-performance functional materials. It was designed for high-end industrial applications from low to medium volume in specific markets like aerospace, automotive, medical and high tech.

The systems build volume of 610 x 508 x 508mm enables printing large size parts without warpage & delamination. The 3D printer’s extremely high-temperature thermal system includes a 300°C constant temperature chamber and a 500°C extruder with an all-metal hot-end. Using dual nozzles, the machine is ideal for printing large size high-performance functional materials such as PEEK, ULTEM (PEI), PPSU and more.

“Key reasons for this customer to choose the INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 610 HT are its industrial system design with the most advanced specifications you can find in the industry today. Our material eco-system strategy allows our customers to develop applications for its industrial clients using the best available materials in the market to produce parts with the required attributes such as weight, flexural strength, elongation, and heat, and chemical resistance. Equally important is our partnership to develop industrial applications that are beneficial to our future industrial customers. This is just the beginning, as we look forward to our next customers’ experiences ”, added Bart Leferink, VP EMEA, INTAMSYS.

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