CONCR3DE signs CDG 3D TECH as exclusive partner for UK & Ireland

Concr3de Armadillo 3D Printer at CDG 3D TECH

CONCR3DE are a leading and innovative manufacturer of powder-based binder-jetting 3D printing technology. They manufacture their range of 3D Printers, materials and accessories from their head-office in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. In order to develop the market in the UK & Ireland, CONCR3DE have signed an exclusive contract with CDG 3D TECH – who have been selling and supporting binder-jetting technology since 2003.

3D Printer Range

The CONCR3DE range of 3D printers and build volumes is summarised as follows:-

  • Armadillo: 370 x 260 x 250 mm​
  • Armadillo XL: 440 x 440 x 250 mm​
  • Elephant: 2 x 1 x 1 metres
  • Elephant XL: 3 x 6 x 1 metres

Armadillo 3D Printer at CDG Derby

As a open-source powder based system, the range of materials available or possible is vast and includes:-

Technical Ceramic Powders

  • Alumina
  • Silicon Carbide

Foundry Sand

  • Quartz
  • Cerabead
  • Olivine
  • Chromite

3D printing in silicon carbide

Stone Powders

  • Gypsum Plaster
  • Cement
  • Concrete
  • Limestone
  • Marble
  • Granite
  • Slate
  • Clay
  • Porcelain

Bio Powders

  • Ash
  • Sawdust
  • Wood pulp
  • Coffee beans
  • Seaweed

Other Powders

  • Nylon (UV cured)
  • Washout (soluble)
  • Other (on request)
  • Metal (on request)

3D printing in stone

Armadillo 3D Printer Models

  • WHITE for Research & Development, Universities, open & non-standard materials
  • GRAY for Stone materials including Limestone, Granite, Marble, Slate, Concrete, Gypsum Plaster
  • BLUE for Industrial Ceramics including Alumina, Silicon Carbide
  • GREEN for Bio materials such as Sawdust, Wood, Ash, Coffee, Seaweed
  • RED for Foundry materials

Armadillo GREEN 3D printer for recycling

For more information please contact CDG 3D TECH via info@cdg.uk.com

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