VSHAPER MED to be Unveiled at Hannover Messe 2017admin
The world’s biggest industrial fair – Hannover Messe begins on April 24th 2017. Modern technologies used in various industries are going to be presented during the show. Some of them are going to be presented for the first time. Among such new solutions is VSHAPER MED 3D Printer designed for the medical sector.
According to experts additive manufacturing is one of the techniques that will revolutionize the world of medicine. It is already used to aid the creation of dental crowns, bone parts, blood vessels and hip-joints prosthetics. This type of prints enhance the preparation for surgery, even if they are not used in the procedure. More and more surgeons choose to practise on 3D Printed models in preparation for a complicated operation.
3D Printing is also used in aesthetic surgery, prosthetics and transplantation. With the use of 3D Prints it is possible to create perfectly fitted tooth crown, lighter and more hygienic cast counterpart as well as innovative bone prosthetics, enabling the substitution of body parts damaged in accidents or by complications from cancer – says Marcin Szymański, Product Manager from VERASHAPE.
The VSHAPER MED is available in two versions: 270 (with build volume of 270 x 270 x 200 mm) and 450 (with build volume of 450 x 450 x 450 mm). Some of the characteristics of the printer are: printing in 450°C, UV sterilization, ventilation with HEPA filter, the ability to print with PEEK, PPSU or PLA, PLLA, ABS, PMMA, PA, PC, PET-G, HIPS, PVA and housing made of silver based antibacterial powder coating.
VERASHAPE will present their solutions at stand C76 in exhibition hall 17. Visitors will have a chance to see the flagship VSHAPER Single, Double and Pro printers, already known in 270 version as well as the new 450 version (with build volume of 450 x 450 x 450 mm).
Throughout the show we will also be making live presentations of SOFTSHAPER software, which is widely popular among producers of 3D Printers as well as their users – summarizes Marcin Szymański.