This year's formnext powered by tct featured a pavilion dedicated to a select few companies in the growing Korean 3D printing market. As one such company, A.Team Ventures explained, it can be a challenge for manufacturers in the region to make themselves known on the global 3D printing stage but by coming together at an international event like formnext, it provides a platform for emerging companies to make a big impact amongst industry leaders.
There were six companies on the booth showcasing various technologies, primarily on the desktop scale, with everything from continuous 3D printing, to post curing machines and materials. Hosted and organised by the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, and the National IT Industry Promotion Agency (NIPA), featured companies included: A.Team Ventures, Cure M, Carima, Former’s Farm, Intelli Korea and Veltz3D.
The booth attracted many visitors intrigued by Carima's contender for the world's fastest 3D printer, the DM250 and its recently announced partnership with Belgian 3D printing leader Materialise.