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At formnext the German chemical company doubled down on its pursuit of additive with the launch of the Freeformer 300-3X Read more

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Proto Labs, a 3D printing, CNC machining and injection moulding company, is to invest in six ARBURG moulding machines. Read more

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TCT Editorial Assistant, Sam Davies was present as ARBURG unveiled a series of updates to its Freeformer additive manufacturing machine, which was initially launched in 2013. Read more

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Planning on joining us in Frankfurt for formnext powered by tct? Here are a few tips to help you find your way around the show floor. Read more

TCT Conference @ Formnext

With over a year in the wild now, the Arburg Freeformer 3D printing machine is beginning to reach its optimum. The plastics processing giant talk to TCT about how their experience in injection moulding is benefitting the 3D printing industry. Read more

TCT Conference @ Formnext

Trumpf and Arburg amongst many to premiere new innovations at new industry event in Frankfurt, formnext powered by TCT. Read more

TCT Conference @ Formnext

Company demonstrates additive manufacturing of fully functional plastic parts. Read more

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Among the injection moulding solutions on show at Arburg's Fakuma stand will be the Freeformer — the company's AM solution. Read more

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TCT Magazine + Personalize is now available through a brand new Android app on Google Play and an update to the existing app on the iOS App Store. Read more

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Arburg created a bit of a storm on the eve of the 2013 edition of K Show in Düsseldorf. Duncan Wood caught up with Herbert Kraibühler, Managing Director of Technology & Engineering and Oliver Kessling, Lead on the freeformer Project. Read more

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There's a lot of 'news' in the AM and 3D printing industry — from Worlds First 3D Printed X to Man 3D Prints Own Face (sorta kinda not really though)... every once in a while however the adjectives can flow for the right reason, and this could be it. Read more

Jim Woodcock's Blog

BREAKING: Reports just in show what looks to be a 3D printer launch from Germany-based injection moulding giants, Arburg. Read more

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