With the new Connection photopolymers, connectors can be additively manufactured in industrial batch sizes. The product line was developed specifically for the electronics industry.
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.
Cubicure’s Cerion® 3D printing system prevailed against over 90 other entries this year. Cerion® received the MERCUR '22 in the digitalization category.
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.
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.
For their joint research in 3D printing, Univ.Prof. Dr. Jürgen Stampfl, Managing Director and Chief Science Officer of Cubicure, and Univ.Prof. Dr. Robert Liska were honored with the internationally renowned H. F. Mark Medal.
Dr. Robert Gmeiner, Cubicure's CEO and CTO, was awarded as one of Austria's leading entrepreneurs on October 15, 2021.
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.
Cubicure‘s high-performance photopolymer was developed to resist extremely high temperatures. Now there is evidence that ThermoBlast has ideal electrical properties for the electronics industry.
Thanks to additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, batch changes are quicker than ever and lead times are reduced to the blink of an eye. Over the last year, production has been particularly characterized by supply problems and bottlenecks.