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Available in both pharmaceutical and industrial models, the enhanced MT12 micro ingredient feeder will accurately feed free flowing to diffi cult to handle powders at rates between 20 grams/hour and 2000 grams/hour, depending on material and installation environment. Both loss-in- weight (model KCL-SFS-MT12) and volumetric (model KCV-MT12) models are available for continuous or batch operation. Design enhancements include a new inverted hopper, a revised bottom agitator, a new sanitary scale, the inclusion of a draft shield with loss-in-weight models and options for automatic refill.
3D Printing, or Additive Manufacturing, is becoming a game changer in the manufacturing industry. With new hardware, software and materials, one is now able to print complex parts in a huge variety of dimensions. In our focus on 3D Printing, we present an interesting application on the printing of a Turbine Wheel for a clinic in Ethiopia. Another case study describes the printing of Bronchial Grippers . News on the most recent products include a Large Parts Printer , as well as a new material called Unfilled Nylon . This and lots more in the Jan/Feb issue. Enjoy the first IEN Europe in 2014!
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