3D Criar operates in the professional desktop 3D printer segment, distributing the world’s leading brands in Brazil, with local warranty and technical support. It carries the widest range of technologies available from a single company: FFF/FDM, SLA, DLP and polymer SLS, as well as high performance 3D printing materials such as HTPLA, Taulman 645 Nylon and biocompatible resins. 3D Criar investigates applications and helps industry, health and education sector customers develop the customized 3D printing workflow, and supplies 3D printing service bureaus with special technologies to provide higher added value.
As a Brazilian company, 3D Procer is attuned to global 3D printing market trends and aims to offer the lastes technological innovations. Committed to the product quality customer service, 3D Procer manufactures printers and filaments. In this edition of Inside 3D Printing, it will bring new releases along with its current product mix.
Starting in 1984, the Alcateia Group was a pioneering company trading on computer and electronic products and solutions in Brazil and Latin America. Now with more than 200 staff and a 12,000-client base, from corporations to integrators, from retailers to service providers, the São Paulo-based distributor carries more than 50 brands, including world famous staples such as Intel, Cisco, MakerBot, Wacom, HPE, Seagate, Sony, LG, D-link, Acer, Epson, Asus, TP-Link, Eaton, AMD and WD.
AMS started in Joinville, in the South of Brazil, in 1999 as the exclusive representative of CHIRON and EOS, two brands specializing in machining centers and machinery for additive manufacturing by laser sintering, and internationally regarded references in evolution, performance and dynamism. AMS provides special engineering services, ensuring quality, providing satisfaction and safety, and adding competitive edge to its customers.
The dddrop printers have been elegantly designed together with users of additive manufacturing in Europe for 15 years. They are easy to use, with cellular remote control, print speed and precision, high print volume, automatic filament exchange, multicolor printing with 2 different types of materials and complex assemblies with soluble carrier materials such as HIPS and PVA. They are machines that have already won Europe and are distributed all over the world. The dddrop are being tested successfully at Insper Institute of São Paulo and promise to be the new passion of the "experts" in additive manufacture in Brazil. Inside 3D Printing, visitors will be able to see for themselves the dddrop in action.
The CoreAB printer series from GTMax3D delivers high performance, speed and reliability. All models have a sealed chamber for no-cracks printing of large objects, even on ABS. They also feature exclusive filament outage detection with semi-automatic change and no loss of printing, thus allowing total use of the resources. With a travel speed of 400mm/s and printing speed of 120mm/s, it is twice as fast as other similar-sized printers. Currently the series includes CoreAB 300 and CoreAB 400 with printable volumes of 300x300x300mm and 400x400x400mm respectively.
Offering the most amazing 3D printing technologies and the best global brands, UP3D is recognized for the excellent quality of its products. Founded in 2002 by experts in additive manufacturing and reverse engineering, it also has all the technological infrastructure and innovative know-how to supply services to a wide range of businesses. In this year’s i3D printing, UP3D introduces its exclusive representation of Raise 3D, which delivers top quality, industrial-scale printing in enviable volumes. UP3D also brings EinScan desktop scanners and handheld scanners for objects of up to 4m in size –for applications ranging from dentistry to automotive, from reverse engineering to product virtualization and more.