Stratasys to demonstrate automated post-processing at Formnext

The P3 Automated Production Cell aims to improve the efficiency of operating fleets of Origin One 3D printers

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Stratasys, a leader in polymer 3D printing solutions that recently acquired the software company, Riven, is set to showcase its additive manufacturing solutions for every stage of the product value chain at Formnext 2022, in Germany, under the theme of “Let’s Talk Manufacturing”. The showcase will include an expanding portfolio of materials, as well as the P3 Automated Production Cell – a demonstration project to improve the efficiency of operating fleets of Origin One 3D printers.

The demonstration project production cell that will be operating in the Stratasys stand is designed to automate the movement of parts between multiple 3D printers and post-processing equipment for cleaning, drying, and curing. The goal is to significantly reduce the labor resources required as 3D printing scales up on the factory floor.

Stratasys to demonstrate the P3 Automated Production Cell for the automated post-processing of parts at Formnext 2022.

Stratasys will also be showcasing its support for innovation in urban mobility with a new vehicle category in the booth. The working prototype was developed by Stratasys customer, nFrontier, using both 3D printing and traditional manufacturing.

To enable manufacturing customers to address new applications with demanding requirements, faster and more efficiently, Stratasys has continued to grow its materials ecosystem through new partnerships and third-party material options. Materials on show at Formnext will include Stratasys Preferred and Validated materials for Stratasys 3D printers – based on five different 3D printing technologies, including stereolithography, SAF, FDM, P3, and PolyJet. These include materials provided by partners such as Arkema/Kimya, Victrex plc, and Covestro.

“Over the last two and half years, our focus has expanded from building up our hardware portfolio to working with key industry partners to develop a wide range of use-case-specific solutions. These complete solutions encompass hardware, software, materials, and services that create new business opportunities for our customers,” said Andy Langfeld, President of EMEA at Stratasys. “We continue to accelerate cutting-edge developments in additive manufacturing and advance our strategy of providing the best and most complete polymer 3D printing portfolio in the industry.”

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