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A graphic for Cubicure's Cerion being highly commended by the TCT Awards. It shows the TCT Awards and the Cubicure logo as well as the Awards' logo for their polymer systems award. The text reads: Highly commended. TCT Hardware Award. Polymer systems. 8 June | Hilton Metropole, Birmingham, UK | #TCTAwards.

Cerion® highly commended by TCT

Each year, the world's leading authority on additive manufacturing TCT honors outstanding 3D printing innovations. Cubicure's Cerion® 3D printing system was Highly Commended in the polymer systems category by the Expert Advisory Board at the TCT Awards 2022.

Two men in suits and two women stand in front of a poster of Industry 4.0 Austria. The two women are holding a certificate for the Special Award of the ÖWGP Future Award 2021.

Future Award for 3D printed ivory

DI Thaddäa Rath of TU Wien and Dr. Konstanze Seidler of Cubicure GmbH received a special award for their research on the ivory replacement Digory. The photopolymer is processed using a 3D printing system. It is used primarily for the sustainable restoration of antiques.

A man stands in front of a row of 3D printing plants. In his hand he holds a tablet computer which he is using to operate the machines.

Industrial series printing of polymer parts finally made possible

Austrian 3D printing company Cubicure supplements their machine portfolio with the Cerion production plant in a bid to completely cover the digital manufacturing process from prototyping to industrial series production. The large-scale machine provides industrial companies with an essential element needed to fully digitize their production chains. Cerion was developed by Cubicure over the past few years and is already in use with pilot customers.

A variety of 3D printed components and objects such as snap-fits and screws on a white background. The parts are made of Evolution HI, a black polymer.

New photopolymer to rival ABS

3D printing company Cubicure GmbH is launching a new photopolymer with properties similar to the all-rounder polymer ABS. Evolution HI is printed via the Hot Lithography process. It is particularly suited for the production of snap-fits, fittings, and housing components.