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24 May, 2016

The firm AsorCAD is committed to innovation in technology and work processes from the beginning, and in this sense chooses the prestigious fair BIEMH / ADDIT3D to present two technological advances that will revolutionize the concept of Additive Manufacturing:

On the one hand, introduces new 3D digitalizing systems that the Canadian company Creaform has just launched last month. On the other hand, in their interest to cover all fields in local Industry 4.0, AsorCAD represents the 3D printers BCN3D Sigma, the only one in FDM technology with two independent heads, 100% national developed and manufactured and reference in the world. In addition, this year in its stand E37 Hall 3 will be accompanied by two of his closest 3D printing specialists Contributors:

Undo Prototipos, specialized in services and sales of 3D printers, brings the miniature replica of the magnificent sculpture of Victor Ochoa played to 7.5 meters high, completely made of 3D printing, that was a part of the scenario of the Opera Elektra, represented in Montreal recently. On this spectacular work will give a talk on June the 6th at the Additive Manufacturing Conferences within the framework of the ADDIT3D fair.

Direct 2 Motion, which distributes FDM technology 3D printers Createbot BCN in its 4 versions, micro, mini, midi and max with a large print area of 250 x 280 x 400 mm.

And then, and looking to the future, AsorCAD within the Group of Companies MASTERTEC, is preparing the presentation in Spain of the first 3D printer in paper, which will contribute in a very interesting aspects to the additive manufacturing market in the future and will show information, catalogs and samples at its stand in the BIEMH / ADDIT3D.




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