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INTAMSYS and JLC expand large-format 3D printing for the electronics industry

INTAMSYS, a manufacturer of industrial FDM 3D printers, has partnered with JLC, a leader in the electronics industry, to improve 3D printing of large parts.

JLC decided in 2020 to offer high-quality 3D printing services to address the challenges of expensive and time-consuming prototyping in the electronics industry.

JLC’s initial trials with stereolithography (SLA) and selective laser sintering (SLS) encountered limitations, particularly in the production of large-format parts. To overcome these challenges, JLC decided to adopt FDM technology and chose the INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 610HT printers as the optimal solution for their needs. These printers have a proven track record in the production of large-format parts made from engineering plastics.

“We researched all domestic and international FDM 3D printers. After comprehensive evaluation of print quality, stability and cost factors, we decided to introduce two INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 610HTs. Following more than a year of process exploration and optimization, we are highly pleased with the overall performance of 610 HT. In 2023, we purchased 4 more 610HT units at once in order to increase production capacity for large parts. This marks our first cooperation with FDM 3D printer manufacturer. 610 HT has been instrumental in our business for large engineering polymer parts”, said Luo Zhiwen, Head of JLC3DP. “As for the parts with the dimensions over 25cm that are more difficult to print, we would turn to 610HT. Following JLC3DP’s commitment to high quality, printed parts must undergo 100% quality inspection, 610HT produces parts with great surface finish. Customer satisfaction and repurchase rate of parts printed by 610HT are very high”

The partnership between INTAMSYS and JLC not only reduces long-term costs by optimizing the parameters for open source material printing processes, but also paves the way for the use of high-performance materials such as PEEK, PEI and PPSU. This development could drive significant innovation in high-performance manufacturing.

The strategic collaboration between INTAMSYS and JLC represents a significant step forward for the use of FDM technology on an industrial scale and positions both companies at the forefront of innovation in the 3D printing sector.

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