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Mitsubishi offers 3D printing with the Freeform Injection Molding process

Mitsubishi offers 3D printing with the Freeform Injection Molding process
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Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials will use AddiFab’s Freeform Injection Molding process to add additive manufacturing to its plants from Q3 2020. FIM is a development of the Danish start-up AddiFab. Injection molding companies can benefit from the advantages of 3D printing and 3D printing companies from the advantages of injection molding.

The Danish startup AddiFab and Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials (MCAM) launch AddiFab’s FIM (Freeform Injection Molding) process. Manufacturing services based on the technology are offered at three MCAM locations, as AddiFab explains on its website. In 2019 Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials and atum3D introduced DiabeamTM UV curing resin for DLP 3D printers.

FIM from 3rd quarter 2020

The partnership between Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials has existed since 2019. Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials will offer customers the technology of AddiFab. At the beginning of the third quarter of 2020, the FIM-based manufacturing services will be available at the Arizona plant. In plants in Belgium and Japan, capacities will be expanded during the year.

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