With now two exhibition floors crammed with innovation and manufacturing expertise, Germany-based formnext 2017 is clearly booming. After closing the gates, the FIT Additive Manufacturing Group can look back at an extremely busy and successful show event. A lot of visitors were attracted by our eye-catching beer cooling fountain, which illustrates perfectly the use case of visual communication by xxl plastic parts as produced with our new GDP technology for xxl plastic parts. Needless to say that the fountain was also quite popular at after-show hours!
Most sought-after: Our trade show highlights in a nutshell
You missed the trade show? That's a pity, but hey – no problem in the digital age. Or else, how about dropping by any other time? We will be happy to present you all our highlights exclusively, and enter into a good discussion about opportunities and realistic potential. Germany-based FIT Additive Manufacturing Group is a specialist provider in the fields of Rapid Prototyping and real industrial additive manufacturing for metal, plastic, and ceramic. In our model factory we are able to offer you the biggest privately-owned capacity of additive manufacturing of metal parts in the world. Please find here an overview of our overall novelties in 2017.
At formnext, FIT Prototyping proudly presented its strongly enhanced capacities in model
building (RIM, precision engineering, injection molding of elastomeres). Big metal parts
can now be produced by the new WAAM technology (Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing), big
plastic parts by the new GDP technology (Gel Dispensing Printing).
FIT Production is the right partner to provide additive volume manufacturing for any lot size and level of quality assurance as required by the customer. Our services start from skilled assistance in engineering, e.g.
related to topology-optimization und specific construction for additive manufacturing processes. By our long-term expertise and a unique variety of technologies and machines we stand out as a truly specialized manufacturer. At the end of the process chain, our spectrum of inhouse quality assurance includes options ranging from classical coordinate measuring to ct scanning, surface scanning, 3D profilometry, and