August 16, 2018 – Farsoon Technologies – Americas hosts Open House in Round Rock, TX.
Discussing the benefits of Farsoon’s “Open for Industry” philosophy is Tom Rohrbeck, VP of Sales (left) and Chuck Kennedy, VP of Operations (right) discussing new innovations and the upcoming releases of our HT1001P polymer and FS421M metal systems.
Ray Jones, Applications Specialist, conducting demonstrations on the FS271M metal system (right) and the eForm polymer system (left).
The systems running during the open house were Farsoon’s HT403P polymer system with the FS 3300PA material, the eForm polymer system with Eastman Amphora™ SP1621 3D polymer material, and the FS271M metal system with 316L stainless steel material.
Technical discussion on the FS271M.
VIDEOS FROM YOUTUBE OF 271 & 403 SINTERING
On display was the HVAC polymer unit (below, left) printed from the HT1001P and the metal Air Turbine Housing (below, right) printed from the FS421M.
HVAC: 37.4 x 17.3 x 8.6 in （Left）
Air Turbine Housing: 16.5 x 16.5 x 8.7 in （Right）
Also displayed were the collaborative partner’s sample parts.
Commenting on the event, Tom Rohrbeck, VP of Sales said, “Farsoon’s Open House was a great event for both the attendees and our staff! The customer presentations showed just how well suited the Farsoon metal and plastic systems are for a wide range of applications from prototypes to actual end use production parts.” Tom continued, “The materials presentation also enlightened the group on the expanding uses of parts requiring higher flexibility, impact, and recyclability of the powders. Based upon the feedback of the attendees, I am very excited about the success and impact Farsoon is having on the Additive Manufacturing market.”
The Farsoon Technologies – Americas team would like to personally thank the following guest speakers for their valuable presentations:
> Brian Bauman, Varia 3D, “Plastics Applications and Capabilities”
> Daniel Stroh, DyeMansion, “From 3D Printed Raw Part to High Value Product”
> Jason Murphy, Next Chapter Manufacturing, “Additive Tooling”
> Jim Ustar, Autodesk, “The Future of Making Things NOW, Additive Manufacturing from Autodesk”
> Josh Brown, Oerlikon, “Oerlikon Metals Material Overview”