3D printing in the industry is an expertise that is becoming increasingly important. This is shown by a recent study in which Sirris collaborated and also by our own experience. After all, Sirris has almost 30 years of experience and expertise in the field, based on which it can offer companies the necessary support.

JEC is an annual event hosted in Paris and offering professionals the opportunity to meet with the composites industry. Summary of the 2019 edition.

Sirris is taking part in an Interreg project on 3D printing for tissue reconstruction. The MAT(T)ISSE project will be launched officially at an evening event at the Lille CHU (University Hospital Centre) on 18 April.

Deceuninck in Hooglede-Gits, West-Vlaanderen, comes up with innovative solutions to be used in and around buildings. With the solutions proposed by Deceuninck, some of them in PVC, the company meets the market demands and expectations. The company has been considering possible alternative technologies for the production of PVC profiles for some years now. One technology stood out during this explorative search: additive manufacturing.

Need help turning your ideas into tangible, marketable products? Come to Kortrijk Xpo on 7-8 November for the next edition of the Prototyping trade fair. Sirris will have a stand at the fair and will make a contribution.

Choosing the right additive manufacturing technology is not so simple, but essential. That is why the Sirris Additive Manufacturing team wrote a new e-book on the topic. You can download it now!

The final breakthrough of 3D printing is about to happen. That is why Agoria launches a new group on additive manufacturing, which it will present at the “Additive is addictive” event on 28 June. Sirris will also make a contribution.

In order to integrate a 3D printer within your company, you first need to choose from an ever-increasing range of machines. You also need to associate other features such as 3D CAD, 3D digitisation, a network of suppliers, etc. Sirris can help you.

Metal printing has reached maturity. Machines are now being deployed in production units - and they are faster, larger and less expensive. So how can you make the most of the opportunities they offer? Sirris can help you.

With the support of Sirris ASCO optimised an existing component of an airplane wing for production via 3D printing. The result is a component which does not only combine several functionalities but which is also 30 percent lighter and, therefore, cost-saving. The buy-to-fly ratio was also reduced from 17 to 1.5.