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Innovative Additive Manufacturing Optomec is evolving the world of additive manufacturing by taking 3D printing in new directions with its two innova- tive additive manufacturing technologies: Aerosol Jet for 3D printed electronics and LENS additive manufacturing for 3D printed metals. Production-grade 3D printers support the broadest set of functional materials from structural metals


complexities. ATOS is metrology tested, aerospace certi- fi ed for its accuracy, and widely recognized as the preferred measurement tool. Capture3D


Ph: 714-546-7278 Web site: www.capture3D


to conductive electronics and biologic matter. Systems are fl exible and are used for building prototypes, volume manu- facturing, as well as repairing high-value metal components or remanufacturing obsolete parts. Production costs are low- ered by reducing process steps and material waste. Process is scalable for volume production applications and fl exible to produce smart, connected products that are smaller, lighter,


and optimized for the Internet of Things (IoT). Optomec Inc. Ph: 505-761-8250 Web site: www.optomec.com


Noncontact Blue Light 3D Scanners The ATOS industrial structured blue light 3D scanners pro- vide precision scans with detailed resolution at high speeds. ATOS is a type of a coordinate measuring machine that utilizes optical noncontact technology to capture millions of


Affordable 3D Printing ROBO 3D products take an idea to 3D design/fi le to 3D printing using affordable hardware and a wide range of mate- rials. The new entry-level 9 ROBO 3D R2 Mini is focused on smaller and less- complex projects. As the smallest and the most portable 3D printer in the market with a build size of 125 in.3 (2048 cc), it boasts a minute resolution of 20 µm for smooth and highly detailed prints while not compro- mising on build qual- ity. The print speed


is also the fastest in the 3D consumer space with 300 mm/ sec and the ability to use all ROBO legacy materials as well as open-sourced PLA, ABS and fi lament infused with wood, carbon and steel. The R2 Mini will come with Wi-Fi and mo- bile connectivity that can print directly from your smartphone and be available in August. ROBO 3D


Ph: 844-476-2633 Web site: www.robo3d.com


Next-Gen 3D Print Technology FirePrint brings together agility, precision, versatility, size, ease-of-use, price point, and powerful cloud-based design networking in a stainless steel bodied 3D printer with a fully integrated touch screen and a large 12 × 12 × 12” (304 × 304 × 304 mm) heated build capacity.


accurate points in a single fast scan. ATOS is engineered with advanced hardware and intelligent software for repeat- able and accurate measurements with fl exibility and process reliability. It is widely utilized in various industries, and can measure different object sizes, surface fi nishes, and shape


FirePrint solo nozzle


allows for three material/color & 10> micron printing ac- curacy. FirePrint advanced sensor and proprietary software ensures a precisely level print every time, Specialized CORE X/Y-axis movement is immune to backlash and it acceler- ates quickly sustaining travel speeds of over 250 mm/sec while maintaining complete accuracy utilizing high-torque, high-resolution stepper motors. Other features include an


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