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O purity levels. Features include automated


purifi er column-valves, a PLC control system, color touch- screen and trending screen. The gas management systems can integrate with various-sized enclosures to safely purify and recirculate Argon. Inert


Ph: 978-462-4415 Web site: inerttechnology.com


Hand-Held 3D Scanning The new EinScan-Pro Multi-functional Handheld 3D Scanner will be exhibited by Shining 3D and its US distributor Afi nia 3D. This new scanner uses triangulation measurement and structured light projection technology to ensure high-accura- cy, high-quality scans. Afi nia 3D also distributes the EinScan- S Desktop 3D Scanner as the Afi nia-branded ES360. The


demonstrate at the booth the ease of use of its Re-fi ll Fila- ment Spools and show how users increase profi t margins by immediately reducing FDM consumable costs. Argyle Materials Ph: 855-527-4953 Web site: www.argylematerials.com


Direct Metal 3D Printer


EinScan-S scanner uses white light technology that makes it suitable for educational institutions, where the use of laser- based 3D scanners may not be appropriate. Educators and designers are able to rely on Afi nia 3D for its best-in-class technical support, making Afi nia a true value-add distributor. Afi nia 3D, a div. of Microboards Technology LLC Ph: 888-215-3966 Web site: www.afi nia.com


FDM Materials Company offers alternative materials compatible with Strata- sys machines that reduce FDM costs. These generic materi- als on refi ll fi lament spools work seamlessly with Stratasys uPrint, Dimension, Fortus and FDM Legacy systems. Users can recycle and reuse material carriers (OEM canisters, cas- settes, or cartridges), thereby reducing waste, while saving operating costs. For 2016, a new PC-ABS has been added to the lineup for production Fortus systems. Company will


Methods 3D Inc., a subsidiary of Methods Machine Tools Inc., has added the ProX 320 to its line of direct metal 3D printers from 3D Systems. It is designed for high-precision, high-throughput direct metal printing and is optimized for critical applications requiring complex, chemically-pure ti- tanium, stain- less steel, or nickel super- alloy parts. The ProX DMP 320 is well suited to production manufactur- ing, with exchange- able modules that support rapid mate- rial change or replenish- ment. The unit offers a large 275


× 275 × 420-mm build volume and is designed to handle critical industrial applications in aerospace, automotive, and medical. The printer comes in two confi gurations, one optimized for titanium and one optimized for stainless steel and nickel superalloys. Methods Machine Tools Inc. Ph: 978-443-5388 Web site: www.methodsmachine.com


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