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Alejandro and Seán from our Additive Manufacturing team attended Europe’s premier Additive Manufacturing FormNext event in Frankfurt. FormNext is the leading trade fair for Additive Manufacturing and the next generation of intelligent manufacturing solutions. It focuses on the efficient realisation of parts and products, from their design to serial production.

The headline-grabbing news typically comes from the big players in the form of new machine releases: Renishaw’s new quad laser machine, GE’s A.T.L.A.S project, and the EOS P500 to mention only a few.
On the other side of the fence, many of the suppliers and periphery equipment that is vital in the successful implementation of AM were also displaying their best such as the ATO one for atomising metal powders at an office scale and also the software solutions for a secure end to end process offered by Identify 3D.
If you have any questions or need advice on this constantly progressing area of manufacturing, please don’t hesitate to ask! info@imr.ie
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