In line with the forthcoming AMUG conference in Chicago, March 19-23, Hahn-Schickard has chosen the Prodways ProMaker L5000 and the innovative PLASTCure Rigid 10500 resin to turn injection molding visions into an innovative 3D printing process.
With a total of about 200 employees in the Southwest of Germany, Hahn-Schickard specializes in applied research and development in the areas of microsystems engineering, micro assembly technology, micro-analytical systems, and information technology. Thanks to its many years of experience in industrial development, Hahn-Schickard provides support and guidance for industrial projects from the early design stage to serial production.
They work in accordance with industry- compatible, certified processes. With an emphasis on fields that are shaping the future, like 3D printing technologies, Hahn-Schickard conducts applied research and development, guides innovation, and assists industrial companies in adopting them into their products.
Focusing on disruptive injection molding process, Hahn-Schickard has chosen the Prodways ProMaker L5000 and the innovative PLASTCure Rigid 10500 resin to quickly produce custom injection molds for prototyping or small series tools. Due to minimal wear-and-tear on machine parts, ProMaker L5000 industrial 3D printer has very low operating costs without compromising performance. The result is very low cost per unit production, satisfying the most stringent demands for profitability. Compatible with 365-nm UV resins, this industrial 3D printer is ideal for a wide variety of applications.
The ProMaker L5000 3D printer was designed to produce small parts in large quantities or highly detailed large parts at speeds unseen in the 3D printing arena. With patented MOVINGLight technology, high resolution and precision can be achieved over the entire build platform, which also means higher produtivity.