Laempe showed off its sand binder jetting 3D printer at GIFA 2023 3D Printer Hardware

Laempe Mössner Sinto GmbH showed off its complete portfolio of solutions for core-making technology at GIFA 2023, last 12th-16th June 2023 in Dusseldorf, Germany. GIFA is the world’s largest foundry trade fair and, as a full-service provider, Laempe offers a wide range of products from the design to the construction of turnkey plants: core shooters, including gassing units, core sand mixers, automation, and robotics solutions as well as automated visual and quality inspections. In addition to core shooters, Laempe offers products and solutions along the entire value chain, including an internally developed sand binder jetting 3D printer.

Laempe is thus the only company in core production technology to cover the entire value chain. With the 3D printer developed in-house, a solution in the field of additive manufacturing has now been added. Laempe is thus strengthening its claim as a global full-range supplier and technology leader in core manufacturing.

“Foundries worldwide are facing major challenges: Conservation of resources, material availability, energy efficiency, transformation of the automotive industry and shortage of skilled workers are just a few buzzwords. Laempe offers solutions for all these challenges, and this is exactly what we want to show at GIFA 2023. With its global presence and innovative portfolio, Laempe has a unique selling point in the industry,” explained André Klimm, Managing Director of Laempe Mössner Sinto.

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At GIFA 2023, Laempe Mössner Sinto also presented some of the special features of its own 3D printer, which, with a multitude of advantages, has been specially developed for the additive manufacturing of complex cores. Recently, the first six 3D printers have been delivered and are now in use at one of the world’s largest car manufacturers.

“Laempe has greatly expanded the field of additive manufacturing in recent years and now has a market-leading product from its own development. With the 3D printer, Laempe Mössner Sinto is expanding its range of products and offering its customers an innovative solution that will help to successfully shape the transformation in the foundry industry,” Klimm continued.

Laempe first introduced its own 3D printing process at GIFA in 2019. Known as the LCP (Laempe Core Printer) the in-house developed machine for inorganic binder systems features a much higher printing speed than previously available on the market. “The feedback on our 3D printing solution was consistently positive and the printer met with great interest. After GIFA we feel even more encouraged that our path in this future-oriented field is the right one for Laempe Mössner Sinto and that we will now be the driving force behind a disruptive process”, said at the time Andreas Mössner.

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