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Largest 3D Printer In The World

Being in the motion industry, it is interesting to see the evolving capabilities and sheer size of some of the applications that incorporate motion.  A good example of this is the “largest 3D printer in the world”.  Ingersoll’s Wide and High Additive Manufacturing (WHAM) machines break new ground in the additive manufacturing industry not just for sheer size capabilities with a work envelope of 23' W x 10' H x 46' L, but also for a target material deposition rate of 1,000 lbs/hr.  This means that WHAM machines will perform at an order of magnitude larger and faster than any printer currently on the market.

Read the full article by Davide Sher in 3D Printing Media Network >

Wide and High Additive Manufacturing (WHAM) composite 3D printing machine
(Image source: Ingersoll Machine Tools)