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1st July 2019, Luxembourg

3D printing for Schunk Carbon Technology

Schunk Group produces construction components from carbon/graphite, carbon compounds, silicon carbide and quartz. © Schunk Carbon Technology

Schunk Group produces construction components from carbon/graphite, carbon compounds, silicon carbide and quartz. © Schunk Carbon Technology

Schunk Carbon Technology, a division of the Schunk Group and a leader in the development, manufacture and application of carbon and ceramic solutions, has selected Anisoprint technology and products – 3D printers and materials – to accelerate custom tools production.

“We are using the Anisoprint Composer for printing demonstrators and tools for our production. The Composer does a good job. It works precise and reliable and together with its slicing software Aura it forms a capable tool,” commented Gotthard Nauditt, R&D Engineer Composites.

Schunk Group produces construction components from carbon/graphite, carbon compounds, silicon carbide and quartz for high-temperature applications, automotive and small motor technology.

Anisoprint offers hardware solutions for the manufacturing of end-use parts based on its patented composite fibre co-extrusion (CFC) technology.

It allows customising materials properties by controlling the direction and volume fraction of the reinforcing fibres. Parts printed with anisoprinting technology are stronger, lighter and cheaper than metal or non-optimised fibre reinforced composites, the manufacturer reports.

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