Adidas shoes with 3D printing and mass -produced this liquid material China Big Extrusion Machine Producer

Date:2022-8-08 Author:Sam

Carbon’s DLS additive manufacturing process plays a key role in achieving large -scale adoption of polymer 3D printing. CARBON and 3D printing company Carbon is cooperating to expand the production scale of CARBON’s polyurethane liquid resin materials. This material is suitable for parts produced using CARBON’s digital optical synthesis (DLS) technology, which will now achieve mass production to meet the needs of large -scale production. Carbon’s DLS additive manufacturing process plays a key role in achieving large -scale adoption of polymer 3D printing. This technology is similar to the optical curing process because it mainly uses strong ultraviolet irradiation and light -sensitive resin, but it provides faster printing speed. These printing rates are largely attributed to the \”liquid dead corner\” in the print area, which allows the printing parts to be pulled up continuously and will not form an independent layer. Generally speaking, Carbon’s printing speed has paved the way for the technology to apply large -scale production applications. The company’s most eye -catching cooperation project is to cooperate with the sports brand Adidas to use the DLS system for Adidas’s FutureCraft 4D sneakers for mass production. Another important project of Carbon is the production of polyurethane liquid resin materials. Carbon cooperated with Koschuang to invest a large amount of funds for the production of commercial scale, so that the production capacity of polyurethane liquid resin materials was greatly expanded. \”The biggest challenge we encountered in the process of mass production in mass production is to supply appropriate materials that meet the quality and quantity requirements.\” Patrick Rosso, the person in charge of Global Adjusting Materials Manufacturing, explained. \”By cooperating with companies like Carbon, we are breaking the existing scale boundaries and supporting various industries in the value chain in the process of digital large -scale production.\” In addition to cooperating with Carbon, Koschuang is committed to studying New materials, develop new AM industrial -grade mass production applications. As part of the operation, Koscho is upgraded its 3D printing capacity in its German Leverkusen, the Pittsburgh and the Shanghai plant in the United States. Koschuangzheng cooperated with a number of partners to develop AM materials, such as thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) for laser sintering.