Sometimes, if you want to see the most interesting stuff at a trade show, you’ve got to look past the curtain drops and flagship machines and dig a little deeper.
This was the case with Xerox at last year’s Formnext where, though the company rightfully focused the spotlight on its newly acquired metal 3D printing technology, arguably one of the more interesting developments was a nozzle concept presented with a little less fanfare.
It was also true of EOS, an additive manufacturing industry leader with comfortably one of the biggest presences on the show floor (a number of neighbouring booths were that of partners like DyeMansion and trinckle), which amidst impressive developments around smart factory floors, debuted a new technology with benefits that are very much in the details.
“Even though from a technical perspective it might first seem like a small step, I think the […]
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