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Come see us at Mach 2018 at the NEC, 9th-13th April, Stand 122.
This year look like it will be a good one, we have all this lined up:
HP Multi Jet Fusion: Europac will be showcasing the capabilities of the HP Multi-Jet Fusion Technology through a range of mass customised 3D printed products from the machine. The HP Multi Jet Fusion is revolutionising the additive manufacturing marketplace by delivering a faster and higher print quality at a 50% cost-per-part reduction.
Siemens NX Software: A member of the Siemens team will be on hand to discuss how their NX software helps businesses develop innovative new products or refine existing ones. With cutting-edge design tools and technologies, NX streamlines and accelerates the product development process in an open, collaborative environment for 3D modeling, assembly design, drafting and documentation.
3D scanners: The UK’s latest 3D scanners including an exclusive view of the new Skyline integrated measuring arm and 3D scanners from Kreon. As well as a range of Artec products including; the EVA and Spider.
3D printed sunglasses: Europac will also be showcasing their collection of 100 bespoke sunglasses which have been mass customised using Siemens NX software and printed in under 12 hours using the HP Multi Jet Fusion. The speed of the HP machine coupled with Siemens NX and its ‘nesting capabilities’ allows a multitude of objects of varying shapes and sizes to be printed in a single print run. To win a free pair of sunglasses check out our facebook page
Historic 3D printed Motorbike: Europac has 3D scanned a motorbike from using the Artec Eva to pick up the intricate details of the bike. The scan was then edited in CAD software before being 3D printed using the HP Multi Jet Fusion. Visitors will be able to view this historic bike at the stand.
As well as showcasing the very latest in 3D printing and scanning, Europac 3D will have a team of 3D printing and scanning specialists on hand to discuss all 3D printing and scanning requirements.
John Beckett, Managing Director of Europac, comments: “We are anticipating a busy stand at this year’s MACH exhibition where we’ll be illustrating the capabilities of the HP Jet Fusion printers with tangeable mass customised products, as well as host of other industry-leading products like the Artec scanners. Our team will partner with Siemens to be on hand to provide expert advice, answer any queries and provide live demonstrations to showcase the capabilities of the machinery and software we stock.”
3D scanning and printing has taken businesses by storm in recent years, but it may come as a surprise that fashion can be included in that list of industries which have been revolutionised by the technologies. From downloadable sewing patterns to body scanners, technology has helped fashion enterprises to improve their operations across the board.
With London and Milan Fashion week taking place this month and Paris hosting it next month we can’t wait to see what 3D influences appear on the runways in the coming weeks.
From speeding up the production process to cutting costs and avoiding waste, 3D technology is helping to enhance sustainable fashion brands like Xandra Jane, who have created a digital pattern library using 3D processes to enable customers to access luxury, ethical fashion tutorials and downloadable sewing patterns without premium price tags. Traditional methods of communicating with manufacturers and issuing physical copies of patterns comes with risks of loss and damage but thanks to 3D scanning and digitised patterns, an instant database can be created in a fraction of the time.
With a new HP channel partnership, a new membership with the MTC, and a new office move to state of the art facilities, 2017 has been an eventful year for us here at Europac HQ and with what we have in store for 2018, we know it’s going to be an even bigger and better year. Let us talk you through what you can expect from us in 2018…
HP only officially launched their Multi Jet Fusion 4200 Printer in April 2017, but it has already started to make waves in the 3D printing world by revolutionising the way in which 3D printing is used, so much so that engineering.com ranked HP third in their 3D printing market leader table. Traditionally when 3D printing began to take off, it was predominantly used for rapid prototyping, now thanks to the HP Multi Jet fusion, it has the power, quality and cost effectiveness to 3D print up to 3,000 parts in a single print run.
Mini has announced that they are using the revolutionary HP Jet Fusion 3D printer to print bespoke personalised parts for the customers from 2018 onwards
Mini recently announced their plans to add custom options for patrons to personalise the exterior and interior trim of their Mini, including the dashboard facia, indicator inlays, dashboard trims, as well as sill plates and LED puddle lights. The breakthrough came due to HP’s new revolutionary 3D printer that reduces the cost per part and increases the ability to cost effectively 3D print bespoke parts.
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