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Thermwood to demonstrate LSAM printing at Rapid + TCT 2021

Thermwood will be printing high temp autoclave aerospace tooling on an LSAM additive printer 510 live at RAPID + TCT 2021 in Chicago, September 13-15.

Thermwood collaborates on large-scale composite AM cure tool programme

Thermwood has announced it has played a key development partner role in a Navy ManTech-funded programme issued to Boeing Research and Technology.

Thermwood expands LSAM product line

Thermwood, a manufacturer of the LSAM large scale thermoplastic composite additive systems has announced the availability of even larger size machines.

Thermwood expands LSAM product line again

Thermwood, a manufacturer of the LSAM large scale thermoplastic composite additive systems, has announced the availability of even larger size machines.

University to establish Thermwood LSAM research laboratory

Purdue University’s Composites Manufacturing Simulation Centre (CMSC) and Thermwood Corporation have agreed to establish a large scale additive manufacturing laboratory to perform industry-funded research into large scale composite thermoplastic additive manufacturing.

Thermwood announces completion of the first LSAM 1010

Thermwood says it has completed the first of a new type of additive print and trim system, the LSAM 1010.

Thermwood announces lower cost LSAM additive systems

Thermwood Corporation, manufacturer of some of the largest composite thermoplastic additive manufacturing systems, has announced the availability of a new line of lower cost ‘print only’ LSAM systems, called LSAM Additive Printers.

Thermwood unveils new thermal sensor layer automation system

Thermwood has unveiled a new LSAM additive print technical capability that ensures complete fusion between large scale thermoplastic printed layers plus, for the first time, makes print temperature control completely automatic.

Let’s try a new approach

With a little imagination and some creative engineering, Thermwood demonstrates how really large structures can be printed, even on smaller, lower cost additive manufacturing systems.

A new approach to 3D printing a yacht hull mould

Thermwood recently printed several sections from a 51ft long yacht hull mould to demonstrate how only a single mould may be needed for the manufacture of larger vessels, such as yachts.