Plural Events

AMUG 2020 and Plural

By johnbuck / February 24, 2020 /

Plural is getting ready for the most educational show of the 2020 season – the Additive Manufacturing User Group Conference also known as AMUG. Held March 22 – 26 in Cicago, we expect a week of detailed presentations from machine makers, materials providers, and masters in the field of additive manufacturing. Year after year we…

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3ntr Parts on a Ducati Motorcycle

By johnbuck / December 5, 2019 /

At Formnext, 3ntr showed a Ductai racing motorycle with nine ABS parts created on a 3ntr industrial 3D printer. These parts were tough enough to withstand the demands of performance motorcycle racing, and precise enough to fit into the motorcycle design. Take a look at exploded diagram below for more information.

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Formnext 2019 and the Spectral 30 – 3ntr’s PEEK 3D Printer

By johnbuck / December 5, 2019 /

Formnext 2019 was a whirlwind for 3ntr and its international team that includes myprintoo in Germany, Imprimante 3d France in France, Plural Additive Manufacturing, and more.  The big news behind the blue curtain is the Spectral 30, an industrial 3D printer with a high temperature extruder and chamber for super polymers such as PEEK, PEKK,…

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So you are shopping for a PEEK 3d printer at Formnext 2019….

By johnbuck / November 8, 2019 /

“Can you print PEEK?” “Over 400 C extruder… so you can print Ultem?” We hear it a lot as we travel and talk to members of the additive manufacturing and 3D printing community about 3ntr industrial 3d printers. Super polymers like PEEK, Ultem, and PEKK are so strong, so temperature resistant, and so limitless that…

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Investment Casting Conference 2019

By johnbuck / November 6, 2019 /

Plural Additive Manufacturing exhibited at the 66th Annual Investment Casting Institute Conference in October, and showed the advantages of 3ntr industrial 3d printer for casting patterns. The 3ntr industrial 3D printer produces models with precision and low cost per part. The combination of benefits opens new opportunities for low volume pattern runs and more design…

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Formnext 2019

By johnbuck / November 6, 2019 /

3ntr, a leading manufacturer of industrial 3D printers, will exhibit at the largest 3D printing and additive manufacturing show of 2019 – Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany, Nov 19 – 21. Visit them at Hall 12.1, Booth G99 to see the latest in 3D printing including the Vento drying unit and the Storm material storage cabinet.…

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Meet 3ntr at Formnext: PEEK Calm and Carry On…

By johnbuck / October 15, 2019 /

3ntr, a leading manufacturer of industrial 3D printers, will exhibit at the largest 3D printing and additive manufacturing show of 2019 – Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany, Nov 19 – 21. Visit them at Hall 12.1, Booth G99 to see the latest in 3D printing including the Vento drying unit and the Storm material storage cabinet.…

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Northeast Ohio Additive Manufacturing User Conference

By johnbuck / September 17, 2019 /

Plural attended the Northeastern Ohio Additive Manufacturing User Conference this August. The cooperative spirit of additive manufacturing that we see at shows like AMUG is alive and well there, and we were thrilled to sponsor the cocktail reception to highlight our work with Jevo, the world’s only automated gelatin shot maker. Thank you to Team…

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Rapid 2019 Recap

By johnbuck / June 4, 2019 /

From May 21 – 23, 2019, the Plural team was in Detroit at the Rapid + TCT show. We spoke to hundreds of people about the Plural advantages of 3ntr printers: large printer beds, open materials libraries, high temperature extruder, and the dry material handling system. Making its 2019 Rapid debut, the A2v4 features higher…

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Rapid 2019 Preview and AMUG 2019 Recap

By johnbuck / April 30, 2019 /

We’ve caught our breath just in time for Rapid in Detroit. Are you going? Because we’re speaking about estimating cost per part at Rapid + TCT Show 2019 on May 22. One of the top questions among additive manufacturing clients is “How do we take the first step toward additive manufacturing? And, how do we…

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