The advantage of our 3D print heads for pastes and liquids is their unique combination of speed and accuracy when printing three-dimensional geometries.
Suitable for all current 3D printers, they enable the 3D printing of a variety of viscous fluids. Abrasive and viscous 1 or 2 component materials, such as ceramics, silicones, adhesives, organic cell solutions for organic-printing or other liquids and pastes, are dosed perfectly.
Depending on the requirements, 3D models and shapes can be achieved at varying speeds, as well as with different layer thicknesses. We guarantee a structurally safe additive application and can also handle extremely high viscosities. The 3D print heads for pastes and liquids enable completely new design possibilities with previously unused materials.
Industrial applications in 3D printing
The design of our products to meet the high requirements of the industry is supplemented by generative production: Process-safe processing of viscous and pasty materials is made possible – with technology based on the endless piston principle.
1 component materials are promoted volumetrically and with unique precision. During the transition to a new line unwanted threads can be avoided thanks to programmable retraction. Process fluctuations such as viscosity, pressure and temperature are also evened out within the printing process. Depending on the connection, the materials can be conveyed almost infinitely.
- Numerous printable viscous materials
- High precision of the printed parts
- Media-conserving conveyance
- Defined start and end points through retraction
- For small and large containers
With the ViscoDUO-FDD 4/4, two components are transported separately from each other to the static mixing tube. Subsequently, they are blended together to form the correct mixing ratio and are applied with high precision in a layer-by-layer manner. By briefly reversing the direction of rotation of the drive unit, any dripping of the media can be prevented at the end of a printed line.
- Adjustable and correct mixing ratio
- Use of application-specific materials
- No curing in the print head thanks to a static mixing tube
- Process safety through pressure monitoring
- Various curing methods – e.g. UV, heat or humidity