HAGE3D: Industrial 3D Printing Machines made in Austria
Welcome to HAGE3D, your partner for industrial 3D printing and additive manufacturing. For several years we have been producing reliable, large-format 3D printers for industrial applications with our team of experts in additive manufacturing, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, plastics technology and mechanics. The stable and professional HAGE3D 3D printing machines for highly dynamic rapid prototyping processes promise attention to detail and maximum precision. The large, heated built chambers of the HAGE3D models, paired with the – up to 160 °C heatable – printing plates and nozzle temperatures of up to 450 °C, allow printing of components of all kinds. Different print heads (filament: single, dual, triple and granulate: single) as well as positioning accuracies of up to 0.1 mm, together with the high material diversity and openness, create precise components.
Selected industrial 3D-printed applications
Many well-known customers and partners from industry and research-institutions as well as schools and universities have been relying on the professional industrial 3D printers from HAGE3D for years. We also owe the fact that our machines are in use around the world, sometimes 24-7, to our extensive support, starting with the extensive initial consultation, through the printing of test components, as well as material and technology advice, through to assembly, training, support and on-site -Service. At our two locations in Graz and Obdach, we are constantly working on further improving our proven 3D printing systems and constantly developing new technologies, techniques and methods.
Our industrial 3d printers
Material Extrusion – The basic technology of HAGE3D
The basic technology of HAGE3D is the material extrusion (term according to EN ISO / ASTM 52900, Edition 2017), an extrusion-based sub-discipline of additive manufacturing. Due to the material extrusion a wide variety of molding compounds can be processed, such as granules or filaments. If the processing is based on filaments, the technology is also called FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication), FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling, Stratasys Ltd. © 2017) or FLM (Fused Layer Modeling, VDI 3405 term). The material is conveyed in the melt state (hot extrusion) or in the pasty state (cold extrusion) through a nozzle and laid down in strands. The term “material extrusion” is chosen on the basis of the term “material extrusion”, which is becoming more and more popular in the English professional world, and draws on a solid standardization. Compared to other additive manufacturing technologies, the process offers the advantages of a compact process, material openness and high print volumes, as well as the potential for multiple extrusion (hybrid components, etc.).