MasterPrint™

MasterPrint ™is Ingersoll industry-leading solution for additive manufacturing of complex geometry, durable, wide and high, thermoplastic parts

Masterprint

MasterPrint™ is Ingersoll Machine Tools’ new family of Additive Manufacturing equipment that provides your company with the ability to seamlessly program, simulate, 3D print and mill extra-large composite parts in a single piece.

MasterPrint™ process has disrupted and transformed the traditional way to procure and manufacture extra-large tools by:

  • shortening the lead time from months to weeks
  • reducing manufacturing cost by 90% (no cutting, no welding, stress relieving, minimal milling and assembly)
  • fast-prototyping provisional tools for short programs and pre-production runs
  • overprinting, re-milling, improving, re-using existing 3D-printed tools
  • choosing and 3D-printing the polymers most suitable for your application.

Configuration:

  • Available as hybrid with multiple modules operated under the same gantry: 3D-printing, milling, fiber placement, tape laying, inspection, trimming
  • Siemens 840D SL CNC
  • Ingersoll proprietary software for programming, simulation, optimization and diagnostic

Sector:

  • Aerospace
  • Naval

Specifications

Working volume starts atX 6 m – Y 4 m – Z 2 m
Extruder Nominal Throughputsfrom 150 Lbs/h to 1000 Lbs/h fed by equal size drier equipment
5 axis milling head outputs 25kW pf power and has 18.000 rpm max spinHSK 63A
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A 6MT ship model 3D printed by INGERSOLL for SINTEF
A 6MT ship model 3D printed by INGERSOLL for SINTEF
SINTEF Ocean has been recently delivered a 6 meter long 3D printed ship model to be used for experiments in the ocean basin. Right now, this is the largest 3D-printed model in Norway.
Ingersoll 3D Printer enters the Guinness Book of World Records
Ingersoll 3D Printer enters the Guinness Book of World Records
The mammoth 3D printer MasterPrint - created by the Machine Tools division of the Camozzi Group - is the world’s largest device that prints with plastic. ...
Siemens and Ingersoll Machine Tools Expand Partnership
Siemens and Ingersoll Machine Tools Expand Partnership
Siemens and Ingersoll Machine Tools Expand Partnership
The creation process of the robots for the New Bridge in Genoa
The creation process of the robots for the New Bridge in Genoa
The Camozzi Group  and the Italian Institute of Technology have designed and built a robotic system, one of its kind in the world, to contribute to the safety of the new bridge in Genoa.
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