Krauss Maffei’s powerPrint is an extruder-based system for processing thermoplastic granulate. It prints large-size components with volume up to 10 m3 to industrial standards. Optimal component properties are achieved at affordable material costs. In addition, short set-up times and the use of common software solutions for print preparation enable fast implementation from component design to print. High output capacity at fast print speeds ensures short throughput times of large components.
PowerPrint benefits from KraussMaffei’s many years of expertise in plastic and extrusion to achieve the best possible printing results. This offers various industries new opportunities for efficient production of near net shape components. Typical application fields include moldmaking, prototype construction and manufacturing of elements in furniture construction as well as customized solutions for the water and supply infrastructure. In the foundry industry as well, fast, cost-effective manufacturing of molds with 3D printing models boosts productivity.
With strong innovation capacity, we ensure sustainable added value for customers across their entire value chain, with standardised and individual product, process, digital and service solutions. We deliver these services to customers in the automotive, packaging, medical and construction industries, and to electrical and electronic product and household appliance manufacturers, among others.
Employing around 4,700 people worldwide, our global network comprises 30 subsidiaries and 570 trade and service partners. This means we are always close to our customers.
Our first-class products are manufactured at 16 locations around the globe, including Munich, Hanover, Jiaxing (China), Sucany (Slovakia), Näfels (Switzerland, home of subsidiary NETSTAL) and Florence (USA).
KraussMaffei is currently modernising further via the largest investment programme in its history. The Group has already commissioned new plants in Einbeck and Jiaxing (China) and is investing more than 100 million euros in new plants in Parsdorf near Munich and Laatzen near Hanover.
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