​Formnext 2019

Formnext-Frankfurt International Precision Forming and 3D Printing Manufacturing Exhibition provides an excellent platform for additive manufacturing, 3D printing, rapid prototyping, mold manufacturers, and their suppliers and partners to contact target customers. It was held for the first time at the Frankfurt International Exhibition Center in November 2015 and achieved great success. After the accumulation of the previous four exhibitions, formnext has achieved leap-forward growth in scale, the number of exhibitors and visitors, and the scale of the exhibition can be called the world's largest in the industry. Through the exhibition, the industry can establish contacts with professional buyers from all over the world and various fields of the manufacturing industry to expand business opportunities. The exhibition will focus on the close connection between additive technology and 3D printing and mold manufacturing, as well as synergy effects.

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This year, Hiper attended the exhibition with a brand-new vacuum debinding and sintering furnace BJ-200GR for 3D printing. This is a sintering furnace tailor-made for "Binder Jet" and "Metal Wire" printing and other "MIM" technologies. And can perform heat treatment such as stress relief for laser printing products.

BJ-200GR applies semiconductor technology to the vacuum sintering furnace for the first time, reducing the volume of the vacuum furnace to the laboratory level. And equipped with bottom corner rollers, you can move freely and conveniently. Hiper also uses a magnetic door lock structure, which can open and close the door with one key. Compared with the previous handwheel operation, it is much more convenient.

Although the size of BJ-200GR has been reduced so much, the configuration is still powerful. Mitsubishi's touch screen, process input with pressure and flow, and can automatically check the process and one-key automatic operation, and Leybold vacuum gauge, the United States thermocouples, Danfoss pressure gauges and Japanese Azbil mass flow meters. Of course, the processes on conventional industrial MIM furnaces such as negative pressure debinding, vacuum sintering, and pressure sintering are exactly the same. Companies that are familiar with the operation of Hiper furnaces can operate seamlessly, and those who are not familiar with the operation can learn it at a glance, which is more suitable for schools and laboratories.

Innovation shapes the future! Welcome everyone for technical exchanges!