At Formnext 2023, IN3DTEC will be presenting its metal 3D printing capabilities and digital manufacturing solutions.


IN3DTEC, a leading additive manufacturing service provider based in China, has recently announced its participation in the upcoming Formnext 2023 event. Taking place from November 7 to 10, the exhibition will be an opportunity for IN3DTEC to showcase its capabilities in metal 3D printing, including a wide range of materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, maraging steel, titanium, and Inconel alloy.

Moreover, the company will also demonstrate its digital manufacturing technologies for large-volume products, utilizing materials such as ABS, PLA, PETG, ASA, Nylon, PC, PEEK, and ULTEM. IN3DTEC aims to showcase how their digital manufacturing solutions can enhance and accelerate the prototyping process for product engineers, making it more efficient and cost-effective.

Lukas Wang, COO of IN3DTEC, expressed his excitement about participating in Formnext 2023, stating that it provides an exceptional platform for engaging with the 3D printing community, fostering idea exchange, and highlighting the company’s recent accomplishments in additive manufacturing.

Founded in 2014, IN3DTEC has established itself as a one-stop solution for prototyping and on-demand production needs. The Shanghai-based firm has expanded its operations with branches in Hong Kong, Suzhou, and Shenzhen. They offer a comprehensive range of technology services, including 3D scanning, industrial 3D printing, reverse engineering, CNC machining, vacuum casting, injection molding, die casting, and various manufacturing services.

IN3DTEC’s online 3D printing service, launched last year, has garnered attention for its affordability and industrial-quality prints. The company’s industrial 3D printing services have been utilized across various sectors, including automotive, aerospace, robotics, energy, healthcare, and consumer goods.

IN3DTEC’s participation in Formnext 2023 will provide an opportunity to showcase their innovative technologies and forward-thinking vision, contributing to shaping the future of the additive manufacturing industry.

With over 300 pieces of equipment, IN3DTEC’s online digital management system generates 3D printing quotes within seconds, enabling rapid and efficient production. The company’s solutions cater to diverse applications, including medical implants and dental components, automotive gears and housing, oil & gas pipes, impellers, and lattice structures for the aerospace and transportation sectors. Additionally, all metal prints by IN3DTEC meet ISO standard quality assurance criteria.

Lukas Wang emphasized the significance of IN3DTEC’s 3D printing business as a vital component of their comprehensive manufacturing services. The company’s digital production system offers instant quotes for 3D printing and CNC services, providing convenience and efficiency to customers.

As the 3D printing industry continues to advance, the future holds numerous opportunities and challenges. IN3DTEC’s participation in Formnext 2023 exemplifies their commitment to pushing the boundaries of additive manufacturing and shaping the industry’s future.

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Formnext 2023 is an event that should not be missed by anyone interested in the future of 3D printing. It will provide insights into the upcoming trends and challenges that the industry will face in the next decade. Cast your vote now for the 3D Printing Industry Awards 2023 and be a part of shaping the future of additive manufacturing.

Featured image shows IN3DTEC’s company logo, showcasing their commitment to excellence in additive manufacturing.

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