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Anisoprint, a Russian manufacturer of continuous carbon-fiber FFF 3D printers and materials, will showcase its patent-pending technologies for high-performance composite materials at the JEC World 2019 international composites show in Paris next week.
At the show, the Anisoprint Robotic Solution a dual-nozzle, Composite Filament Coextrusion (CFC) technology will be presented. It is capable of to processing plastics such as PETG, PEEK, and ABS with finer reinforcement.
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“I am convinced that composites will become the new materials of the 21st century,” said Fedor Antonov,” CEO of Antisoprint.
“THESE MATERIALS, HAVING DIRECTIONAL PROPERTIES BY THEIR NATURE, ALLOW US TO OPTIMIZE NOT ONLY THE SHAPE OF A PART, BUT ITS INTERNAL STRUCTURE. LOOK HOW THE EVOLUTION CREATES ITS STRUCTURAL MATERIALS – FROM TREE TRUNKS TO BONES, ALL OF THESE MATERIALS HAVE DIRECTIONAL PROPERTIES, I.E., ANISOTROPY.”
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Founded in 2015, Anisoprint develops desktop 3D printers capable of processing composite materials, producing structural parts with increased mechanical properties. In 2017, the company presented the latest iteration of its continuous fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) composite material 3D printer at a conference in Skolkovo, Russia.
Anisoprint technology integrates a composite reinforcing fiber in the form of a tow (a coarse, broken fiber) made of thousands of ultrathin carbon monofilaments, into a plastic during 3D printing. This improves adhesion between the polymers and the fiber. As...
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