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We have already spoken on some occasions of new materials incorporated into additive manufacturing technology, such as carbon fibre or ceramics

Today is one of those days, a day when we are going to talk about a printing technology that is revolutionising the world of printed circuits, printing with conductive inks.

Multi Jet Fusion printing consists of depositing a layer of powdered material on which injection heads will “draw” the geometry to be manufactured, using a product or melting agent instead of ink. Then, a light source will accelerate the fusion or polymerization process.

3D printing is here to stay, the incorporation of new materials such as carbon fibre and nylon make it possible for this technology to give designers more and more interesting options, as well as increasing its popularity.

Abilista joins 3DFactory

Abilista is the newest member of the first 3D technology incubator in Europe. This is 3DFactory, an incubator that has more than 600m2 of pure technology and innovation. It is located in the Zona Franca, one of the largest industrial areas in Catalonia.

Know more about the technology that is revolutionizing the design industry and how materials like ceramic can be used in 3D printing

  • High printing precision 
  • Very good surface quality
  • Fast printing process
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