3D Fusion will exhibit its 3D printers at the upcoming Graphics Print Sign (GPS) Pop Up Activation, to be held from 29 October – 1 November at Eastgate Shopping Centre, Johannesburg.
The company will showcase its spiral version models, which primarily create round/bowl products, but at a faster pace than the layer version. A wide variety of products can be made, including: stationery holders, cupcake trays and vases, which are ideal for the craft industry, and require no human labour.
3D printing with 3D Fusion printers is designed to make a signage manufacturer’s life easier, and is a must-have for every signage company. Large format 3D printers are transforming the way advertising is created. This new generation fabricator is very economical and time-saving. It does not need any support, and small quantities of material are used.
The custom-designed bed-size is 800mm x 600mm and can print up to 130mm high. The filament used for printing is Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol (PETG), which endures high UV-levels.
The company currently has 12 colours available, but any Pantone colour can be matched on request. The unique dual-extruder system is designed to print at a very fast speed of up to 50mm/s with a 2.7mm nozzle.
The semi-automatic bed levelling system is implemented to print a return 100% accurately with no wastage. CURA, the open source software used, is straightforward and can easily be mastered.
There is no need to register, simply come through and be inspired. For more information, visit: https://graphicsprintsign.com