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Exhibitors – Düsseldorf 2017

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ACEO® is a registered trademark of Wacker Chemie AG, a globally active chemical company with some 17,000 employees and annual sales of around €5,3 billion (2015). The portfolio comprises among others more than 3,000 silicone products.

ACEO® is offering a worldwide service for 3D printed silicone parts out of its site in Burghausen, Germany. This is rounded up by development services for design and material; whereas in the Open Print Lab, designers and customers can experience the technology under the guidance of the ACEO® expert team.
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ANSYS Spaceclaim
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Built on direct modeling technology, ANSYS SpaceClaim is a multipurpose 3D modeling tool delivering faster solutions in market segments such as 3D printing, concept modeling, design, manufacturing, reverse engineering, and simulation/CAE. ANSYS SpaceClaim is part of ANSYS Inc., the global leader in engineering simulation software.

Cytosurge AG
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CYTOSURGE, a Swiss high tech company, developed a new manufacturing technology for tiny metal objects which opens various new fields of application, where micro and sub micro metal structures can be applied. The
new direct metal 3D printing technology is based on the patented FluidFM® technology with its central component, the microfabricated nanopipette. With this unique technology, various metals can be printed (e.g. Cu, Ag, Au…); other materials (e.g. Cd, Cr, Fe, In, Ni ….) are under investigation and will be available soon.
The first available “µ3Dprinter” on the market enables the entry into a new world of micro metal structure manufacturing of this industrial scalable technology.

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Dddrop develops professional 3D printers with only one goal in mind: 100% customer satisfaction. An experienced team of designers, users and vendors of 3D printers have joined forces and combined 10 years of experience into the dddrop 3D printer. The result is a beautiful, user-friendly printer with a large printing volume. The dddrop 3D printer is unique as it combines all major features, at a very competitive price. This way, dddrop makes professional 3D printing accessible for all SMEs.

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EOS is the world's leading technology and quality leader for high-end solutions in the area of additive manufacturing (AM). The company, which was founded in 1989, is a pioneer and global leader in the area of direct metal laser sintering, and also a provider of a leading polymer technology. For these industrial 3D printing processes, EOS offers a modular solutions portfolio that consists of systems, software, materials, as well as technical and AM consulting services. EOS is the partner of choice for industrial AM-based production, and provides long-term solutions for industry. Customers using these solutions are able to take advantage of light-weight structures, cost reductions based on functional integration, product customization and accelerated product development and production.

Fraunhofer IFAM Dresden is involved in fundamental and applied research to develop new sintered and composite materials, as well as cellular metallic materials manufactured with innovative technologies derived from powder metallurgy. The scope of our services includes the industrial implementation of the results we obtain, up to the manufacturing of prototype components. Substantial experience with technology and material structures makes it possible for us to design cellular metallic and composite materials in which combinations of properties are tailored to individual applications.

The design of materials and components is facilitated by special technologies, such as 3D Metal Printing, electron beam melting, melt spinning, melt extraction, Spark Plasma Sintering, microwave sintering, and moulding techniques. The development is focussed on lightweight materials, materials for tribological applications and thermal management, high temperature materials and hydrogen storage alloys to be used in transportation industry, electronics, energy technology, and mechanical engineering.

Fraunhofer IAPT
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The LZN Laser Zentrum Nord GmbH was incorporated into the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft on January 1, 2018 as the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Additive Manufacturing Technologies IAPT, Fraunhofer IAPT for short.

The Fraunhofer Research Institution for Additive Manufacturing Technologies IAPT is the 70th institute of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft which is one of the largest application-oriented research organisation with more than 25.0000 employees in Europe. The Fraunhofer IAPT was founded by the LZN Laser Zentrum Nord GmbH and parts of the Institute of Laser and System Technologies at the Hamburg University of Technology as one of the world’s leading institution for scientific-industrial technology transfer in the area of 3D printing. Furthermore, the Fraunhofer IAPT focuses on research and development of additive manufacturing technologies with main emphasis on design, process and factory with about 100 employees at the production sites in Hamburg and Lüneburg. The focus is on the application of additive technologies in the key fields of aerospace, ship & rail and machinery & tooling as well as polymers and medical technology for the serial production in the sense of rapid and bionic manufacturing. The Fraunhofer IAPT pursues the goal to empower its customers to use the additive serial production with unique technological performance efficiency as well as highest quality and cost efficiency for the products and to open applied research and new profitable business areas with unique features.

Media Partners is The Voice of 3D Printing Technologies, covering all the latest 3D printing industry news along with in-depth editorials and investigate reporting. Additionally offers resources for 3D printing professionals and enthusiasts alike, including the largest 3D printing message board,, as well as outlets fore-commerce, webcasts, white papers, online education and more.

3D Print Pulse brings together the best daily content from over 60 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing thought leaders, including, Phillip Cotton, Leslie Langnau, and Lav Radis among many others. Using the social media signals from the audience, our proprietary curation engine ranks this content so that each of our readers receive the best and most personalized content. Join 20,000 other business professionals focused on 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing. 
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Prototype Today is an informational resource website for 3d printing, rapid prototyping and manufacturing videos, news and events. The site contains over 3,900 videos broken down into 50+ categories for easy access. There are also over 4,000 articles and press releases available to search by a variety of criteria including company, most recent, tags, most popular and by month.

3D Print magazine is a publication about additive manufacturing in The Netherlands and Belgium. 3D Print magazine is  online (website and weekly e-newsletter) and also as a  quarterly magazine in print. Our readers are professionals in engineering, the manufacturing industry, healthcare, and 3D print service bureaus. 3D Print magazine does not only informs about what’s happening in the 3D printing industry, but has the ambition to inspire professionals by publishing in depth user cases.

Made in Europe is a source for everyone in the Benelux who is involved in both additive manufacturing and machining technology. We focus on technology that gives Western European companies the tools to compete on a world scale. Additive manufacturing is a focus point. Twice a year we publish 3D-print magazine, a printed magazine about additive manufacturing for the manufacturing industry (written in Dutch).

Biofabrication focuses on cutting-edge research regarding the use of cells, proteins, biological materials and biomaterials as building blocks to manufacture biological systems and/or therapeutic products. It focuses on the development of fabrication technologies, the modelling of the fabricated constructs and the maturation of biofabricated objects towards the intended tissue types.

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