3D Printers and 3D Scanners in Industry Days – Technocrat

After the break caused by the pandemic, the INDUSTRY DAYS / MACH-TECH trade fair will be held again. The expo is accompanied by a number of high-quality programs organized by professional partners and exhibitors, including FreeDee Kft. conference presentations organized by., which are of interest to those interested in 3D printing and 3D scanning.

3D printing is breaking into more and more areas, and we can find more and more high-level application examples that go far beyond prototyping. The fact that manufacturing companies know that 3D printed parts meet their quality requirements will also play an important role in sustaining the trend. One of the tools for quality assurance is the use of size control, the use of validated industrial raw materials, and the use of 3D printing preparation software that enables strength sizing. Participants will learn more about these areas, quality control with 3D scanning, the latest printable industrial polymers, and smart print preparation software developed by Teton Simulations during FreeDee presentations.


You can register for the professional program at this link.


The INDUSTRY DAYS as part of a conference program FreeDee’s performances can be visited free of charge on the morning of Friday, May 13 in the A1 gallery of Hungexpo Pavilion A. The first performance ‘What can a 3D scanner do for you?’ titled in the morning 10:30starts at. Participants will learn first-hand about two metrology 3D scanners, the installed ATOS Qt and the handheld ZEISS T-SCAN hawk, GOM Inspect Professional software and the capabilities to contribute to the success of their company. The second presentation, ‘Ultrapolymers and Perfect 3D Printing Parameters’, focuses on advanced materials with outstanding mechanical and chemical properties and provides an example of true software-supported scalability instead of the experiential oversizing of fiber printing.

You can register for the professional program at this link.

In addition, visitors interested in additive manufacturing should also visit this year’s 10-year-old FreeDee booth (Pavilion A, 211D2), where they will find 5 different additive processes and even more 3D printers. In addition, you can try out the ZEISS #HandsOnMetrology 3D scanners and the wireless, unprecedentedly fast Artec Leo presented in person at the presentation.

Learn more about the programs and tools featured, and sign up for lectures on the FreeDee websiteand see you at INDUSTRY DAYS!



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