Oechsler AG ("Oechsler"), globally active plastics technology group and headquartered in Ansbach, Middle Franconia, Germany, will present numerous new developments from its growth area of 3D printing at Formnext 2021. At its booth, the plastics specialist will showcase a recently launched high-end bicycle saddle from U.S. bike manufacturer Specialized, a furniture collection that is also additively manufactured, and a car seat created in parts on its 3D printer fleet.
Oechsler's trade show highlights also include a joint keynote with partner company HP. On November 16 at 2:00 p.m., Andreas Knöchel, Head of Additive Manufacturing Lattice at Oechsler, and Xavier Llorens from HP will report on experiences in 3D manufacturing of lattice structures using the example of car seats. This will be followed on November 19 at 12:30 p.m. by a presentation on Oechsler's portfolio of services - starting with product development and ending with series production.
Also presenting at the Oechsler booth will be partner company Carbon. The 3D printing pioneer from Silicon Valley supplies the Franconian plastics specialist with 3D printers as well as material and cooperates with Oechsler in the development of new products. In addition, visitors to the show can view more furniture, car seats and sporting goods at the booths of partner companies Forward AM (BASF) and HP.
In addition, numerous Oechsler experts from various application areas, such as automotive, seating and sporting goods, will be available to trade show visitors for talks and discussions.
Open house event at the 3D printing site in Brodswinden, Germany.
As a follow-up to Formnext 2021, Oechsler is teaming up with Carbon to host an exclusive open house event at its 3D printing site in Brodswinden on November 23. During the event, visitors are expected to gain unique insights into additive manufacturing production. In addition, Carbon and Oechsler executives will share their experience in presentations about building and operating what the company concludes is one of the world's largest plastic-based 3D printer fleets.