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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.

The logo for Cubicure's listing as one of Austria's leading companies 2020 according to the award "Austria's Leading Companies".

Cubicure awarded as one of Austria’s top companies

The ALC award is among the most important business awards in Austria. The award is granted by Die Presse, KSV1870 and PwC Österreich. The participants’ business performance over the last three years represents the database for the award decision. Cubicure was granted place nine of all companies listed in Vienna – category: up to ten million Euro turnover/year.

The 3D printed sensor housing for a respiratory ventilator connected to its sensors and microphones.

CoViD-19 crisis leads to successful cooperation between Cubicure and FDX

The crisis has once again raised the demand for local and European-based production capabilities. Cubicure and FDX recognized this need and used the expertise of both companies to develop a flow sensor for ventilators in a very short time. FDX and Cubicure decided to make the components available to the public, free of charge for non-commercial use.