INTAMSYS attended the Rapid+TCT show in Detroit, US, where many professionals and 3D printing enthusiasts discovered the latest 3D printing innovations.
Among those, the now available FUNMAT PRO 410 from INTAMSYS stood out and got a lot of attention. For those who do not know about the FUNMAT PRO 410, this dual nozzle all-in-one solution is ideal for industrial applications requiring high-performance functional materials such as PEEK, PEKK, ULTEM, PPSU & more.
Additional features such as a water cooling system for the nozzle as well as auto-cleaning, a heated filament box, filament absence warning, and a magnetic glass ceramic build-plate make this affordable industrial printer a real game changer.
Obviously, the FUNMAT PRO 410’s advanced thermal design makes it also easy to print a broad range of engineering materials such as PC, PA, PA-CF, ABS, TPU & many more. The ‘’infinite possibilities’’ stated by the manufacturer INTAMSYS makes perfectly sense here!
Continuously improving its 3D printers reliability and printing quality, INTAMSYS has recently launched a Customer Applications Enabling Program, aiming at providing dedicated profiles for specific customer applications and thus each material. Perfectly accurate printing settings would result in even better quality prints and this ‘’will enable INTAMSYS customers to get the most out of 3D Printing & of INTAMSYS printers.’’
For more information about the FUNMAT PRO 410, visit us and follow them on their social media!
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