Das 3D-Druck-System Cerion® konnte sich dieses Jahr gegen mehr als 90 andere Einreichungen durchsetzen. Cerion® erhielt den MERCUR ’22 in der Kategorie Digitalisierung.
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.
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.
Cubicure is a system provider for stereolithographic 3D printing. Shortly after the company's 5th anniversary, Cubicure celebrates another milestone in a relatively short but very successful history with the certification of their additive manufacturing process.
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.
Startus INSIGHTS analyzed 236 stereolithography (SLA) startups from all over the world in a study to evaluate their industry 4.0 potential: Cubicure was selected as one of the best available solutions for SLA.
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.
Cubicure and Hachtel started a successful cooperation in the field of spare part production and digitalization within the SME Horizon 2020 research and innovation program funded by the European Commission. The main content of this joint project is the rapid manufacturing of spare parts and small series via the Hot Lithography process from Cubicure.