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farsoon 3d printer f1001p

Our major supplier of 3D printing machines Farsoon are proud to announce the release of the F1001P as part of their CAMS ( Continuous Additive Manufacturing Solution) range of machinery. Farsoon are China’s leading supplier of 3D printing machines and are fast becoming a global force in the 3D printing industry.

Dr. Xu Xiaoshu Farsoon’s founder has often lamented that the future of 3D printing is in manufacturing and not just rapid prototyping. Farsoon’s global development group director also sees the future of 3D printing  as full scale manufacturing and explains:

“The basic idea of the CAMS system is to deliver an industrial-focused system, really looking at moving additive into the industrial manufacturing realm. To achieve this, we need to greatly increase throughput both in matters of speed and productivity, while at the same time looking at how to really create a value proposition for the customer in terms of the system and materials. From our side, I think this really ties into Farsoon’s whole concept from the beginning that we want to have open systems, more accessible systems and a very open type of business model.”

The F1001P is a modular 3D printing system with a large build platform that comprises a loading station, build station, cooling station and part breakdown station eliminating downtime between builds. Multiple machines can be connected creating a 3D printing factory environment that can expand vertical and horizontally maximising factory floor space.

Parts can be transported, inspected, sorted and finished in an efficient production work flow that also includes tracking.

Farsoon sees their CAMS model of operation improving to the point of manufacturing not just production parts but ready to use products.

If you want more information regarding  the the f1001p then contact Doug Baird (General Manager) 0400 579 319 or email directly doug@proz3d.com.au

Please watch the video below to see the f1001p in action.

AMTIL Conference

amtil conference 2017

Pro Z 3D Solutions and our sister company WYSIWYG (3D Scanning) were excited to attend AMTIL’s one day National Conference, Manufacturing’s Future in a Digital Age at the Leonda by the Yarra conference centre.

As quoted from their website “Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL) is the peak national body, based in Melbourne Australia, that represents the interests of manufacturing technology suppliers and users within the precision engineering and advanced manufacturing sector. Whether you are a manufacturer, importer or distributor, or a general manufacturing technology company, AMTIL has a range of services to help you and your business to connect, be informed and grow.” Go to their website to find out more.

Attending the conference were leaders in manufacturing from around Australia including:Mrs Brigitte Stavar – CEO of Sheetmetal Machinery Australia and AMTIL Board Member

Mr Brad Howarth – respected authority on Technology, Marketing and Digital Media
Presentation: Navigating to a Digital Future

Mr David Chuter – Managing Director and CEO, IMCRC
Presentation: Industry 4.0 – Australian Industry Uptake

Dr Steve Dowey – Sutton Tools Technology Manager and RMIT Senior Research Fellow
Presentation: The Smart-Enough Factory: Realising a Low Cost IoT Solution For Factory Visualisation

Dr Nico Adams – IMCRC Program Lead for Digital Transformation, Senior Research Scientist and formerly product manager in CSIRO’s Data61 business unit.
Presentation: Industry 4.0. State of the Sector, Opportunities and How to Get Started.

Mr Richard Elving – Territory Sales Manager MFG, Autodesk
Presentation: Why the future of makings in Manufacturing is NOW

Mr Gavin Smith, President & Chairman of Robert Bosch Australia
Presentation: From Things, to the Internet of Things; implications of the Industrial Internet

We were exhibitors at the conference representing 3D printing and 3D scanning and it was great to network with the leaders in industry. 3D printing is great for rapid prototyping, reverse engineering older parts and low volume reproduction – a great resource to the manufacturing industry.