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Digital twin Siemens AM Experience Center with CEAD AM Flexbot goes live

The Siemens Additive Manufacturing Experience Center Siemens launched a digital version of its populair Additive Manufacturing Experience Center (AMEC). The AMEC, based in Erlangen, Germany, has attracted thousands of visitors since 2019. Since the Covid pandemic, face-to-face meetings remain a challange. And that is why Siemens has now launched a digital twin! The launch was a succes. Dr. Karsten Heuser, Vice [...]

February 15th, 2021|

CEAD at FUTURE COMPOSITE MANUFACTURING – AFP & AM symposium

AM Flexbot including CNC milling, DFC and increased build volume In September the Chair of Carbon Composites (LCC) at Technical Universyty of Munich (TUM) hosted the virtual symposium "FUTURE COMPOSITE MANUFACTURING – AFP & AM". The symposium reviewed composites R&D capabilities at both TUM and ANU, as well as completed and ongoing projects with industrial partners including AFPT, Airbus, BMW, CEAD, [...]

November 30th, 2020|

3D printed large Polypropylene 30% short glass fibers molds with 5-axis CNC machine

Rapid Prototyping mold for truck-project Hungarian manufacturer uses CEAD Robot Extruder to cut composite tooling time and cost. One of the first projects completed with this new 3D printing system is a fiberglass mold for a composite sleeper cab for custom truck and trailer manufacturer Krismar (Waardamme, Belgium). “This is quite a big component, measuring 2550 by 2200 by 1200 millimeters,” [...]

October 4th, 2020|

Nedcam adds CEAD AM Flexbot for 3D printing

CEAD AM Flexbot 3D printer. Photo Credit Nedcam Nedcam, a provider of total solutions for the realization of 3D shapes, recently added a CEAD (Delft, Netherlands) AM Flexbot robotic 3D printer to their site in Heerenveen, Netherlands. Collaborating with DSM (Geleen, Netherlands) on material and 3D printing technology, Nedcam will offer commercial 3D printing production services to manufacturers looking for large-size [...]

September 25th, 2020|

Low-investment alternative to explore composites additive manufacturing: CEAD Robot Extruder

CEAD Robot Extruder CEAD extruder mounts to robotic arm or gantry systems, already in use to print molds for large composite structures. CEAD (Delft, Netherlands) has commercialized the CFAM Prime system for large-scale 3D printing of composites, using a patented print head, which can reinforce thermoplastics with both continuous and short fiber in the same part. Even as Dutch composites producer [...]

March 24th, 2020|

“World’s first” lightweight 3D printed bridge

Rendering of what the 3D printed bridge could look like. Image via DSM Royal HaskoningDHV, a Netherlands-headquartered engineering consultancy firm, has partnered with global science-based company and material producer DSM, and large-scale 3D printer supplier CEAD to help build a 3D printed bridge. The three Dutch companies announced that through their partnership, they have designed a lightweight, fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) pedestrian [...]

November 15th, 2019|

CEAD and Siemens intensify collaboration for industrial 3D printing

CEAD AM Flexbot CEAD, technology supplier of 3D printing equipment on the frontier of large scale polymer, glass and carbon fibers 3D printing, and Siemens intensify their collaboration and showcase their latest development the AM Flexbot at the upcoming Formnext 2019, a leading trade fair for Additive Manufacturing, on the Siemens booth D81, Hall 12.1. The CFAM Prime is CEAD’s first [...]

November 13th, 2019|

CEAD, Delft, was the winner in the area of Innovative Processes for the AVK Innovation awards

The AVK has presented its prestigious Innovation Awards in three categories at the award ceremony that took place during the trade fair Composites Europe in Stuttgart this week. The awards recognise new and pioneering innovations and place a particular emphasis on sustainability. The jury, comprising experts in the composites industry, were impressed by the high quality of the submissions and selected the winners [...]

September 5th, 2019|
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