Arburg in K 2013 released the Freeformer and Arburg Plastic Freeforming (APF) process, which uses a pulsed nozzle to form plastic droplets layer by layer to build functional components. In this exhibition, the structure-optimized freeformer has better ventilation and heat removal performance, and optional material drying devices. Printing materials can also be extended to high-temperature plastics, bio-based polyamides and other materials. The
WACKER demonstrated on-demand ink-jet printing technology for silicone materials at K 2016. The printing speed was significantly improved and the machine structure was also more compact. Currently, the most important applications of 3D printing technology are in the automotive, aerospace and medical fields. Silicone materials with high temperature resistance, low temperature flexibility, better biocompatibility and transparency, and the ability to arbitrarily dye and silence sound effects are just right Take full advantage of these applications.