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3D Printing Revolution: Solukon Unveils Groundbreaking Automation at Formnext 2023

 
  1. German company Solukon unveils the SFM-PCU, a revolutionary solution for automating metal 3D printing, at Formnext 2023.

  2. The SFM-PCU offers a substantial rollable container capacity of over 100 liters and provides real-time insights into the depowdering process while ensuring no direct contact with the powder material.

  3. Automation in 3D printing is seen as a key driver for industrial acceptance and is expected to propel the market to over $1.8 billion by 2031. Solukon collaborates with renowned partners like Siemens and Piab to advance this innovation.

 

German company Solukon is set to unveil its latest innovation, the SFM-PCU, at Formnext 2023, offering a revolutionary solution for automating metal 3D printing. This development could propel industrial acceptance of 3D printing, with the market expected to surpass $1.8 billion by 2031.

Solukon's SFM-PCU - A new era of automation in 3D printing
Solukon's SFM-PCU - A new era of automation in 3D printing

The future of 3D printing is taking shape, as exemplified by Solukon's new SFM-PCU. This groundbreaking technology enables automation in metal printing and has the potential to reshape the market significantly.


With a substantial, rollable container capacity of over 100 liters and an intelligent sensor system, the SFM-PCU provides real-time insights into the depowdering process while ensuring zero direct contact with the powder material for users.


Solukon has earned a reputation as a pioneer in post-processing of 3D-printed parts and regularly collaborates with renowned partners such as Siemens, Reichenbacher Hamuel GmbH, and now Piab to develop its innovative products. This latest innovation could pave the way for further automation advancements in 3D printing.


Automation in 3D printing is crucial for industrial acceptance, as it reduces costs and increases production capacity. The trend toward automation is expected to extend across all phases of 3D printing, from design and printer preparation to powder loading and unloading.


This groundbreaking technology could set the stage for integrated, largely automated 3D printing factories, ushering in the next era of 3D printing. The presentation of the SFM-PCU at Formnext 2023 marks a milestone in this exciting development.


Visitors are invited to witness the SFM-PCU in action at booth 12.0, D42, and catch a glimpse of the future of 3D printing.

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