Miami, FL May 20, 2019 -- At this year’s RAPID+TCT event DuPont, German RepRap, and 3DChimera are joining forces in the DuPont booth (#552).
DuPont will showcase their high-performance 3D printing materials, printing live on a German RepRap x500 by the 3DChimera technical team on the RAPID+TCT expo floor. Due to the semi-crystalline nature of these materials, printed parts exhibit incredible mechanical properties in a format that is reliable and easy to 3D print. These materials allow for greater manufacturing agility and enable new opportunities to scale and accelerate production while reducing costs.
This is the first year that 3DChimera, a US-based additive manufacturing consultancy and product reseller, will co-exhibit with DuPont at the RAPID+TCT event.
Alex Hussain, CEO at 3DChimera says “We are honored to showcase the capabilities of the new DuPont High-Performance materials on the German RepRap x500, which is the most popular and capable 3D printer in our product offering.”
3DChimera connects the dots between producers of materials, 3D printer manufacturers, and real-world customer applications to effectively deliver solutions that take advantage of additive manufacturing. With the release of DuPont’s new semi-crystalline materials, 3DChimera has been optimizing print parameters on the German RepRap x500 machines with very exciting results. The 3DChimera team will have examples of functional 3D printed parts on showcase in the booth (#552).
The German RepRap x500 is a robust 3D printer for industrial use with high temperature materials. The x500 comes with a large heated building chamber of 500 x 400 x 450 mm (X/Y/Z) and a series of innovative features that focus on the demands of industrial applications. A solid metal frame allows for extremely stable and precise operations. The new water-cooled high temperature hot*end combined with the German RepRap “open material platform” philosophy make the x500 the best choice for new material developments.
RAPID+TCT 2019 will be held at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, from May 21-23. Representatives from DuPont and 3DChimera will be available for the duration of the conference to answer questions about how these products can elevate your current and future manufacturing needs.
3DChimera is a leading provider of industrial quality 3D printers & 3D scanners. Focused on the professional customer, and recently recognized as one of the Top 10 3D Printing Consultants in the USA by Manufacturing Technology Insights, 3DChimera understands that an equipment purchase is always about solving a unique business & technical challenge. The 3DChimera team is composed of engineers with real-world product development experience, allowing for a consultative approach to equipment recommendations and particularly effective training, technical support, maintenance, & professional services.
Based in Miami, FL, 3DChimera has a national reach, helping organizations across many industries to select and successfully integrate 3D technology. Founded in 2013, 3DChimera’s growing customer list includes 625+ Businesses and 35+ Universities. Some notable clients include Adidas, Bosch, Toshiba, MIT, Sandia National Laboratory, Hewlett Packard, US Navy, Boeing, and the Harvard Design School. More information can be found at Shop3DChimera.com
About DuPont Specialty Products Division
DowDuPont Specialty Products, a division of Dow DuPont, is a global innovation leader with technology-based materials, ingredients and solutions that help transform industries and everyday life. Our employees apply diverse science and expertise to help customers advance their best ideas and deliver essential innovations in key markets including electronics, transportation, building and construction, health and wellness, food and worker safety. More information can be found at dow-dupont.com.
About German RepRap
German RepRap GmbH, headquartered in Feldkirchen near Munich and originally founded as German RepRap Foundation (GRRF) in 2010, is a German manufacturer of industrial 3D printers “Made in Germany.” The company designs and produces 3D printers based on RepRap technology (fused filament fabrication) and, since 2016, the newly developed and globally unique Liquid Additive Manufacturing Technology (LAM). These are marketed in combination with software, filaments, and accessories – directly as well as through a worldwide network of qualified distributors. German RepRap was the first company in Germany to introduce a RepRap-based large-capacity 3D printer for professional applications, the x400. The product line keeps expanding and includes 3D printers for professional use in product development, prototyping, model and mold construction, architecture, and design with a maximum print area of 39.4 x 31.5 x 23.6 in (1000 x 800 x 600 mm). Customers around the world include large industrial companies in many sectors, such as automotive, aeronautics, medical devices, machinery and plant engineering and many more, as well as designers, architects, artists, universities and colleges, and even discerning private users.
For detailed information, go to: www.germanreprap.com
No worries, 3DChimera is here to help. Don't hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any specific questions.
For further information contact:Melissa Hussain