INTAMSYS takes center stage at Formnext 2023, showcasing Industrial AM.


Formnext is right around the corner! And let me tell you, this event is huge when it comes to additive manufacturing. With over 800 exhibitors, it can be overwhelming to decide who to visit. But here’s a clue: INTAMSYS is an exhibitor you definitely don’t want to miss at Formnext 2023. Why? Well, let me give you the scoop.

INTAMSYS is a company that specializes in industrial 3D printers. Since its establishment in 2016, it has quickly become one of the global leaders in this field. In fact, just a few months ago, they secured series B financing from major investors like CMB International, Forebright Capital, and Porsche Ventures. This proves that their technology and solutions are top-notch and attracting a lot of interest.

You might remember us mentioning INTAMSYS in a previous article. We highlighted their innovative solutions and exciting applications. But what exactly can you expect from them at Formnext this year? Let me spill the beans.

One of the biggest attractions at the INTAMSYS booth will be their FFF industrial 3D printers. They will showcase most of their portfolio, but there are two specific models that deserve your attention. These are the FUNMAT PRO 610HT and FUNMAT PRO 310.

The FUNMAT PRO 310, although not new to the market, still holds its ground as one of the company’s flagship printers along with the FUNMAT PRO 410. This printer, launched in 2022, has some interesting features that will surely catch your eye. First off, it’s designed to bring industrial 3D printing to your desktop with its compact size. But don’t let its small dimensions fool you, it’s still a powerful machine. With quick change printheads and IDEX technology, it boasts a maximum printing volume of 305x260x260mm.

But here’s what really sets the FUNMAT PRO 310 apart: its 100°C fully-enclosed build chamber. This heated chamber plays a crucial role in reducing thermal deformation shrinkage during the printing process. This means you can avoid warping and fully utilize the large-format 3D printing capabilities. This is especially important when working with temperature-sensitive materials like PC.

The FUNMAT PRO 310 has even more features to support professional 3D printing. It has mesh-leveling with multipoint calibration on the build plate, an intuitive interface called INTAMTOUCH, and a HEPA filter with active carbon. Remote surveillance, remote control, and remote printing capabilities are also included. The high-power nozzles ensure fast heating and prevent clogging by actively cooling the cold end of the printhead.

And that’s not all! The FUNMAT PRO 310 comes with its own independent filament box, the INTAM™ Box. This sealed design with molecular sieve dehumidification and a built-in temperature and humidity monitoring sensor ensures that your filaments stay dry. This is particularly important for engineering filaments that have strict dryness requirements. With the INTAM™ Box, you can have dry filament for weeks, resulting in improved printing quality in the long run. And if you need additional accessories for drying and annealing, INTAMSYS also offers the INTAM™ Oven.

Last but not least, INTAMSYS will also be showcasing their reliable and efficient FUNMAT 610HT at Formnext 2023. This industrial 3D printer is known for its large-format and high-temperature capabilities. The 300°C heated chamber has been proven effective and uniform in temperature by national authorities.

So there you have it, folks. If you’re attending Formnext 2023, make sure to visit INTAMSYS at Hall 11.1, Booth B31. Their industrial 3D printers, including the FUNMAT PRO 310 and FUNMAT 610HT, are definitely worth checking out. Don’t miss this opportunity to see their cutting-edge technology and solutions in person.

The popularity of the FUNMAT 610HT, especially among service bureaus and those in need of continuous production, can be attributed to a variety of reasons. One such reason is INTAMSYS’ focus on software to complement their hardware. While the company is renowned for its industrial 3D printing solutions, they have also made significant strides in developing software that enhances the 3D printing workflow.

One of their notable software offerings is INTAMSYS HUB, a cloud printing platform management software. This allows users to manage their 3D printing process remotely and efficiently. Additionally, INTAMSYS has recently launched INTAMSUITE NEO, a slicing software that aims to simplify the slicing process for users. With this software, users no longer have to deal with the complexities of slicing, as it provides a user-friendly interface similar to CAD-style software.

INTAMSUITE NEO also brings convenience through its “all-in-one” model transformation feature. This feature allows users to easily manipulate and adjust models by moving, rotating, and scaling them. Furthermore, the software includes built-in print profiles, enabling one-click slicing and eliminating the need for manual adjustments. It even automatically recommends support materials based on the part’s material type and required adaptations.

The focus of INTAMSYS’ software offerings is user-friendliness, a crucial aspect for industrial printing at scale. It reduces the learning curve and provides an easy overview of print settings and necessary information. These features will be showcased at Formnext 2023, where visitors can meet with the developers of the FUNMAT series and the slicing software. They can also explore various customer parts and witness surprising applications from the automotive industry. In addition, attendees can benefit from stage talks at INTAMSYS’ booth.

If you want to learn more about INTAMSYS and their offerings, make sure to visit their booth at Formnext 2023. Keep an eye on their social media channels for updates on the daily agenda. And don’t forget to let us know in the comments below or on our LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter pages if you’ll be attending Formnext 2023!

(Image: UAV inlet lip used in Aerospace and defense, PEEK-CF, 450x164x287 mm, printed on the FUNMAT 610HT)

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