Rapid Polymer-Printing by 3DKG
The 3DKG printer has what it takes to cause a stir in the market.
It processes granules at temperatures similar to those used in injection molding and is much faster than others. To do this, the inventor had to solve a fundamental problem.
For the production of 3D-printed plastic parts in the FFF or FDM process (Fused Filament Fabrication or Fused Deposition Modeling), wire-shaped filaments are usually used today.
A question arises
If you are able to pull a precisely calibrated plastic wire through a nozzle for filament production, why not use the plastic emerging from the nozzle for printing? The 3DKG printer has the answer to this question. The flat design of the extruder screw enables precise and fast metering of the material flow rate. This means that the right amount of molten material is always available at the nozzle.
3DKG has managed to combine the advantages of a granulate extruder with the advantages of a filament printer. The end user benefits from the low prices for the consumables and the excellent strength of the printed parts.