First-Ever Dual-Metal Part Printed via L-PBF

It’s finally done, the first-ever dual-metal part is printed via Laser- Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF). This exciting news results from a strong cooperation between Belgium-based Aerosint SA, who developed a multi-material print head and Aconity3D GmbH. The work is done on the all-new AconityMIDI+ system, which is especially designed for housing the multi-material print head.

New Official Distributor in Japan

Aconity3D is very proud to announce that HTL Co. Japan is now official distributor within Japanese territory. Premiering on the 2020 Rapid TCT Show Japan, HTL is excelling sales for a vastly growing Japanese market. The whole Aconity3D team is very happy about the new collaboration and we wish our new partner lots of success.

Formnext Trade Show

Aconity3D will attend the biggest event in Additive Manufacturing again. Visit us at this year’s Formnext in Frankfurt: Hall 12 Booth B18 and check out our all-new AconityMIDI+ Laser Beam Melting system.

Pure Copper with AconityMINI

Aconity3D has built the first component from pure copper (CU-ETP). The work was performed on an AconityMINI with a laser in the green wavelength range. The relative material density of the components is > 99.6%. The processing of pure copper allows the opening of new markets for additively manufactured components, since pure copper has an

AconityUS joins America Makes

AconityUS proudly announces it has officially joined America Makes. America Makes is the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute driven by the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM). As the nation’s leading partner in additive manufacturing (AM) it is comprised of organizations from industry, academia, government and non-government agencies with the purpose of innovating

Aconity3D MultiScan

Aconity3D is proud to announce the all-new Dual 3D Scan Head. Its stackable design facilitates industry-leading full-overlap 400 mm scan field exposure with up to 4 Lasers, setting a new standard in productivity for series applications of LPBF. The Dual Scan head is equipped with an innovative calibration procedure and compatible with Aconity3D’s leading edge

Aconity3D opens North American facilities

Aconity3D is proud to pronounce its cooperation with the W.M. Keck Center at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). The cooperation is aimed to further intensivy the strong bounds between the German based company and one of the leading research entities on Additive Manufacturing in America with the focus of extending the current

Aconity3D moves to new production site

Aconity3D has moved to its new production site in summer 2018. With an overall combined office and production space of 2000 m², growing space requirements are satisfied for both machine manufacturing as well as customer specific applied research within our testing facilities business unit.

Aconity3D is Network Founding Partner for Printed Metal Spare Parts

For industrial application of metal AM, production of spare parts is becoming increasingly important to reduce inefficient inventory for many different applications. Printed spare parts on demand may reduce inventory and save costs. In this framework, innovation and development are integral parts of Aconity3D’s corporate tradition. To be always up to date, the SpartsAMx cooperation