Exploring AM Trends and Innovations Featured at Formnext 2023: A Look Into the World of 3D Printing


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3D Printing Show: AM Trends and Innovations at Formnext 2023

The 3D Printing Show is here! With our team back in Frankfurt, Germany for

Formnext 2023,

we are excited to once again share with you all the latest innovations direct from the show. This time, we are exploring the 3D printing trends that we are seeing in 2023. With over 800 exhibitors this year, definitely do not miss this video to see some of the most exciting news live from Formnext.

To start with, we spoke with Timm Woszidlo, Application & Technical Support Manager from INTAMSYS at their booth. One of the leading companies in industrial FFF 3D printing,

INTAMSYS spoke with us

about its solutions including the FUNMAT PRO 310. But that was not all, the company also told us more about INTAMSUITE NEO, the new slicing software. He explained further why it was developed as well as how it will help users to overcome common obstacles in 3D printing workflows.

Next, we moved to resin 3D printing with the innovative

Axtra3D! We have

already spoken to you about this young company, they are known for their Hybrid Photo Synthesis (HPS) technology which combines both SLA and DLP 3D printing for the best of both worlds. At the show, we learned more about what makes their HPS and TruLayer Technologies so innovative as well as more about the

Lumia X1 and

its potential applications from Paul Spoliansky, the Chef Revenue Officer.

One of our cherished moments at Formnext each year involves getting to know more about emerging startups in the realm of 3D printing. Take, for instance, this episode of the 3D Printing Show, where we talked with one of the achievers of the Formnext Startup Challenge 2023, Helio Additive. Having its origins in China in 2020 and presently operating from the USA, the company gained recognition for its Dragon thermal simulation software. The slicing and evaluation software can dissect 3D models into separate voxels and monitor thermal development to assist in optimizing the reaction of plastics when they expand post-heat exposure. A conversation with David Hartmann, the CEO, gave us insights into how their software functions and its potential in enhancing the scalability of additive manufacturing.

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