Explore Additive Manufacturing with Tungsten at Additive Manufacturing Expo/Manufacturing World Nagoya
Dunlee, owner of the world's largest additive manufacturing printer park dedicated solely to tungsten, is excited to announce its attendance for the first time ever at Additive Manufacturing Expo/Manufacturing World, held April 13-15 in Nagoya, Japan.
Tungsten is an ideal metal for many applications, finding use in aerospace, medical, non-destructive testing, energy and many more applications. Non-magnetic and corrosive-resistant, it is able to withstand high temperatures, form complex geometric shapes, and shield radiation.
"Dunlee works in partnership with its customers from conceptualization to mass production to create components that are engineered to exacting specification," says Jan Grage, Business Manager 3D Printing. "We are excited to exhibit for the first time ever at Additive Manufacturing Expo/Manufacturing World, and to meet new manufacturers interested in exploring the advantages of additive manufacturing with tungsten."
Additive Manufacturing Expo/Manufacturing World will be held at Portmessa Nagoya. Visit Dunlee at booth #8-51 to discuss if additive manufacturing with tungsten is the right solution for your needs.
Dunlee is a brand of the Philips Company Group and distributes all products, solutions and services for the third-party imaging business. The product portfolio includes CT, MR and X-ray solutions for OEMs and 3D printed tungsten products.
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