GIS will exhibit for the first time at Formnext 2019 in Hall 12.1, Stand G118. This leading exhibition and conference dedicated to additive manufacturing is the ideal forum for GIS to showcase its field-proven expertise and innovation for 3D printing.
GIS, the leading strategic partner for OEMs and system builders, offers technology that is used worldwide in 3D printing / additive manufacturing applications, including binder and material jetting – for rapid prototyping through to production. Experienced staff will be on hand to discuss the company’s extensive product portfolio for this high-growth market.
In particular, GIS offers:
Software – Powerful software platforms support scanning X-Y, rotary and custom path printing. These feature print optimisation tools such as missing nozzle compensation and density control to ensure that fluids are deposited consistently throughout the printing process.
Printhead Drive Electronics – An extensive range of electronics to drive the most popular inkjet printheads employed in 3D printing / additive manufacturing, from manufacturers such as Fujifilm Dimatix, Seiko, Xaar, Ricoh and others.
Fluid Delivery Systems – GUI, control software, electronics, and all key system elements for different flow rates, with optional independent pressure control per fluid, and high-flow, high-laydown capability. Through design consultancy we can offer tailored solutions to suit your fluid delivery system needs.
Integration Expertise – Extensive experience in implementing inkjet in 3D / additive manufacturing to help customers design and configure systems, rapidly moving projects from prototype to production.
“It may only be our first time exhibiting at Formnext, but GIS has a well-established and global customer base in 3D printing and additive manufacturing” says Debbie Thorp, Business Development Director at GIS. “Inkjet offers flexibility and scalability – from smaller, cost-effective printers through to large, volume-production systems – and we have a lot of experience and capability to offer.”
To find out more about how GIS can help you develop your next generation of 3D printers, visit Stand G118 in Hall 12.1 at Formnext 2019.