Formnext 2023, the renowned international trade fair for additive manufacturing, is expecting a remarkable presentation this year from ValCUN, a leading pioneer in the field of metallic 3D printing. The company’s innovation will take center stage: the Minerva printer, which is based on ValCUN’s proprietary Molten Metal Deposition (MMD) technology.
Through ValCUN’s ongoing commitment to progress, the company has developed a sustainable and economical system that could redefine aluminum production. The Minerva printer is not only an advancement in aluminum AM, but also symbolizes ValCUN’s ambitions in this sector.
ValCUN’s Molten Metal Deposition (MMD) technology, which is inspired by Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), allows metal to be deposited in a single step. Commercially available metals are used as the starting material. This process not only shortens production times, but also offers manufacturing on demand. The sustainability of this technology should be emphasized: it is energy-efficient, environmentally friendly and does not require the use of toxic chemicals or metal powders.
Jonas Galle, CEO of ValCUN, noted: “The Minerva Machine represents a monumental achievement in our ongoing journey of innovation. We are excited to showcase this groundbreaking technology at Formnext 2023 and illustrate how it can reshape the future of metal Additive Manufacturing.”
Finally, ValCUN cordially invites all trade visitors and interested parties to visit booth E32 in Hall 12.0 to take a closer look at the Minerva machine and explore its industry-changing power.