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巴斯夫收购了两家3D打印材料制造商
发布日期:2018-07-10  来源:JEC  浏览次数:296
 
BASF New Business GmbH (BNB)是一家高效能的生产商和服务商,该公司提供新型的、专门的产品,例如:
 

 
Advanc3D材料为选择性激光烧结(SLS)和工艺技术提供了先进的、特制的塑料粉末和配方。安装性能,在里昂经营一个生产现场,先进的3d材料在发展和制造SLS材料的最重要的合作伙伴。BNB正在将这两家公司整合到其子公司BASF 3D打印解决方案有限公司(B3DPS)中。该收购是巴斯夫在3D打印领域扩张的重要一步。
 
“去年我们收购了Innofil3D,并由此加强了我们在塑料薄膜上的市场占有率,我们现在正以类似的方式扩大在粉床融合领域的市场准入。”该产品与我们现有的产品系列相辅相成,非常适合聚酰胺11、聚酰胺12和聚丙烯等产品。今年4月,B3DPS推出了一种新的PA6材料,用于选择性激光烧结,这种材料在目前市场上普遍使用的大多数SLS机器上很容易加工。
 
Advanc3D材料在市场上已经很成熟,提供了广泛的产品和综合的市场和应用的专业知识。一种一致的,细粉,紫外线稳定剂添加和良好的自由流动是使材料在3D打印中使用的要素之一。安装性能是Advanc3D的合同制造商和开发伙伴。公司在里昂的产品和工艺开发和生产基地以新产品的高效率和短的开发周期而著称。
 
“我们期待成为巴斯夫的一部分。Advanc3D董事总经理弗朗索瓦•米内克(Francois Minec)解释说:“这将使我们能够扩展和进一步开发全球客户的工业添加剂制造活动的新配方。”
 
迪特马·本德说:“这些技术、基础设施和先进的材料是我们的完美补充。”现有的和新的客户,特别是在汽车和消费品行业,现在可以从扩大的B3DPS投资组合中获益。“这次收购是朝着我们的目标又迈进了一步,我们的目标是成为以粉末为基础的材料和工业3D打印配方的领先供应商。”
 
3D打印正变得越来越重要
 
在工业中,利用3D打印工艺通过叠加层生产塑料零件的生产正变得越来越重要。一种生产方法是选择性激光烧结。利用三维结构设计,激光在聚酰胺等粉末中绘制物体的形状。被激光击中的材料会熔化,所需的3D物体会被一层一层地制造出来。到目前为止,许多复杂的塑料零件都是通过注塑生产的。3D打印的显著优点是小系列成本更低,生产速度更快,因为不需要模具。因此,零部件制造商能够更快地响应客户的要求,更容易地满足个别客户的要求。

原文如下:

BASF New Business GmbH (BNB) has acquired all the shares of Advanc3D Materials GmbH in Hamburg and Setup Performance SAS in Lyon.

 

 

BASF New Business GmbH (BNB) has acquired all the shares of Advanc3D Materials GmbH in Hamburg and Setup Performance SAS in Lyon.
BASF New Business GmbH (BNB) has acquired all the shares of Advanc3D Materials GmbH in Hamburg and Setup Performance SAS in Lyon.

Advanc3D Materials offers advanced, tailor-made plastic powders and formulations for selecive laser sintering (SLS) together with process knowhow. Setup Performance, which operates a production site in Lyon, is Advanc3D Materials’ most important partner in the development and manufacture of SLS materials. BNB is integrating both companies into its subsidiary BASF 3D Printing Solutions GmbH (B3DPS). The acquisition is an important step forward for BASF in its expansion in the field of 3D printing.

“Following our acquisition of Innofil3D last year and the consequent strengthening of our market presence in plastic filaments for layer extrusion we are now in similar fashion expanding our market access in the area of powder bed fusion. The portfolio complements our existing range, being perfectly suited to products such as polyamide 11, polyamide 12 and polypropylene,” says Dr. Dietmar Bender, Vice President Manufacturing & Technology at BNB. In April, B3DPS introduced a new PA6 material for selective laser sintering that can easily be processed on most SLS machines commonly used in the market today.

Advanc3D Materials is already well established in the market, offering a wide range of products as well as comprehensive market and application expertise. A consistent, finely ground powder, UV stabilizer additions and good free flow are among the elements required to enable the materials to be used in 3D printing. Setup Performance is Advanc3D’s contract manufacturer and development partner. The company’s product & process development and production site in Lyon is noted for its high efficiency and short development cycles for new products.

“We are looking forward to being part of BASF. This will enable us to expand and further develop new formulations for the industrial additive manufacturing activities of our customers all over the world,” explains François Minec, Managing Director of Advanc3D.

“This know-how, the infrastructure and the advanced materials are a perfect complement for us,” says Dietmar Bender. Existing and new customers, especially in the automotive and consumer goods industries, can now benefit from the expanded portfolio of B3DPS. “This acquisition is a further step toward our objective to become a leading supplier of powder-based materials and formulations for industrial 3D printing.”

3D printing is gaining in importance
The production of individually formed plastic parts through additive layer manufacturing by a 3D printing process is becoming increasingly important in the industry. One production method is selective laser sintering (SLS). Using a three-dimensional structural design, a laser draws the shape of an object in a powder such as polyamide. The material hit by the laser melts and the required 3D object is produced layer by layer. Up until now, many complex plastic parts had to be produced by injection molding. The significant advantages of 3D printing include lower costs in small series and much faster production, because no mold is required. Parts manufacturers can thus react much faster to customer requests and meet individual customer requirements much more easily.

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