Russian 3D printing company Anisoprint showcases continuous fiber 3D printer in Moscow

Russian 3D printing company Anisoprint showcases continuous fiber 3D printer in Moscow

Anisoprint, a Russian 3D printing company, is using its continuous fiber 3D printing technique to create reinforced plastic parts that are “15-20 times stronger and stiffer” than FDM printed parts. The company will host a conference in Moscow this week with a consortium of business partners. 3D printing plastics with reinforcing fibers is seen by many as the most cost-effective way of printing strong, metal-like parts. Generally much cheaper than true metal 3D printing processes like selective laser sintering (SLS) or selective laser melting (SLM), fiber reinforcement adds unprecedented strength to the familiar (and affordable) process of fused deposition […]

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