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Arburg at the MSV: Potential of digitalisation

Arburg at the MSV: Potential of digitalisation

Digitalisation is opening up new potential for plastic processing. Arburg is presenting a range of solutions at its stand in hall G1, stand number 36 at the MSV trade fair, which is being held in Brno from 7 to 11 October 2019.


Plasma technology in 3D printing

Plasma technology in 3D printing

In recent years, 3D printing has become increasingly important and is now established as a manufacturing technology in both industry and the private sector.


 Arburg at Chinaplas 2019

Arburg at Chinaplas 2019

Arburg will be presenting the digital future of plastics processing at Chinaplas in Guangzhou, China. Innovative technologies for digitalisation, injection moulding, automation and additive manufacturing will be on display at stand A41 in hall 5.1.


40 years of PEBA

40 years of PEBA

3D printing is often identified as the game changer in industrial production.


Arburg at Rapid + TCT 2019

Arburg at Rapid + TCT 2019

Arburg will present its large Freeformer 300-3X for the first time in America: The new machine for industrial additive manufacturing can be seen from 21 to 23 May 2019 at Rapid + TCT in Detroit (Michigan, USA).


Finding the right materials for 3D printing

Finding the right materials for 3D printing

Today, a wide variety of materials can be 3D printed using the many platform technologies to build a large diversity of products and functional components for industrial usage.


New solution to improve 3D printing accuracy

New solution to improve 3D printing accuracy

New additive manufacturing process simulation helps predict distortion and shrinkage during the 3D printing process and helps avoid these issues by automatically generating a compensated model.


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