3D printer manufacturer dp polar GmbH is using Xaar 1003 printheads to enable its customers to additively manufacture parts at low-volumes with its AMpolar i2 machine.
The German vendor has delivered its AMpolar i2 3D printing system to manufacturers operating in the automotive, aerospace, mechanical engineering and consumer goods industries. Harnessing the patented High-Speed Rotative (HSR) additive manufacturing process and equipped with a build area of 2.0m 2 , dp polar’s array of Xaar 1003 printheads jet material onto the build platform to produce components, like automotive electronic power-plugs, layer by layer.
An automotive customer of dp polar has been able to produce over 500,000 electronic power-plugs per year with a reduced cost per part compared to traditional methods of manufacture. “The AMpolar i2 delivers unparalleled output of printed parts per hour, resulting in a significant reduction in cost per part,” commented Hans Mathea, Managing Director and founder of […]
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