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core tip: ar ç elik a, one of Europe's largest electrical appliance manufacturers Ş. The company is urging the plastic industry to accelerate the adoption of 3-D printing technology, opening the door to the development of new products and overcoming the limitations of existing plastic technology

[China Packaging News] ar elik a, one of the largest electrical appliance manufacturers in Europe Ş. The company is urging the plastic industry to accelerate the adoption of 3-D printing technology, opening the door to the development of new products and overcoming the limitations of existing plastic technology

speaking at the meeting held on the eve of the plasteurasia held in Istanbul, Turkey on December 2, an executive of the company's manufacturing technology department said that the company expected 3D technology to continue to improve and popularize within a decade

arelik company, headquartered in Istanbul, is the second largest electricity producer in Europe and a large plastic processor. It is equipped with 1200 injection molding machines and 25000 employees. It selects different tensile testing machines for different materials and has 14 factories around the world. In addition, about 40% of plastic parts are purchased

Ar elik A. Ş. Metin bilgili, technical director of the company's Manufacturing Technology Council, said at the meeting that the company believes that its production process of additive manufacturing has obvious advantages and potential for development

he told more than 200 guests at the Turkish plastic industry conference: if we can't produce something with existing technology, 3D printing will open the door for us. The plastic industry needs 3D printing technology

one of the problems of existing plastic technology is in technology: for example, due to the limitation of mold design, the company is unable to develop products that meet its wishes

in a separate interview, he said: with the existing technology, there are obstacles in the design of plastic parts. He mentioned that the requirements for mold inserts limited ar elik a Ş. Product design

in addition, bilgili said that the company intends to eliminate or reduce mold production and reduce steps in the production process. You have to produce molds, you have to try molds, you have to measure parts, and then you have to purchase molds from outside and put them into use in the factory. With 3D printers, everything will be much simpler. You only need this machine, and then everything will be solved

he said, AR elik a Ş. The company purchases 1500 sets of moulds every year. Although 3D printing is still starting slowly in most commercial production, he predicts that this situation will change rapidly within 10 years. And have great hope for this. He mentioned that he had visited universities and companies that developed additive manufacturing technology. They are engaged in this work, but [machinery] is relatively backward. They must speed up

bilgili said that he was familiar with the current measures taken by the plastic industry in additive manufacturing, including the freeformer developed by the German injection molding machine manufacturer ABG. But he said, for ar? Elik's current commercial use, this speed is still not enough. I have visited the factory of abog and observed the workflow. But it is still very slow

he also mentioned that adding manufacturing can help the company better cope with the accelerating product development cycle of the consumer goods industry

Ar elik A. Ş. The company is currently expanding globally. In January, the company announced that it would invest US $100million to build a factory in Thailand, which is its 15th factory

the company's sales in 2014 were 12.5 billion Turkish lire. The thinner the recycled materials (equivalent to US $5.3 billion at the exchange rate at the end of 2014), and it has eight factories in Turkey, as well as factories in China, Romania, Russia and South Africa. The company said its Thai plant would be put into operation by the end of the year

Turkey International Rubber and plastic exhibition was held in Istanbul, Turkey, from December 3 to 6

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