The Vista production additive manufacturing system is set to make its first appearance at Formnext this November, promising to inspire show visitors to explore new opportunities in the mass production of functional 3D printed parts. The dimensional accuracy and production-scale throughput combined with Inkbit’s range of functional materials enable industrial production capabilities for manufacturers.
Using Vision-Controlled Jetting (VCJ) technology, the Inkbit Vista ensures parts are repeatable and accurate to the original CAD design by employing closed-loop feedback control throughout the print. This contactless process enables Inkbit to develop material families with excellent durability and performance over time.
Further to that, Inkbit has developed a scalable, low-labor support removal process based on the use of wax support material. This process is easily automated in high production volume environments and enables easy recycling of the support material, contributing to Inkbit’s low cost-per-part advantage while providing full geometric freedom and fine feature definition.
Inkbit Co-Founder and CEO Davide Marini is enthusiastic about exhibiting at Formnext, stating, “The manufacturing industry is constantly evolving, and additive manufacturing systems like ours unlock new potential for many industries, even for the most demanding applications. We’re thrilled to be leading the way with our breakthrough production technology. We’d like to invite all Formnext visitors to the stand to see the printer for themselves.”
Formnext visitors can also see the innovative range of materials Inkbit has tailored to meet a wide variety of industry needs, from tough and chemically resistant epoxies to soft elastomers. See Inkbit at Formnext on stand F39, hall 12.1, between 15 – 18 November 2022.
For more information about Inkbit, please visit inkbit3d.com.