Windform 3D printed masks at furniPRO Asia

Windform 3D printed masks at furniPRO Asia
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The Windform 3D printed masks designed by Mhox and manufactured by CRP Technology will be displayed at the third edition of furniPRO Asia, the biennial regional trade exhibition for the woodworking, furniture and panel production industries, that will take place from 10th to 12th March 2016 at the Singapore Expo Convention Centre.

The masks are meaningful examples of Windform application’s last frontiers: applications that were considered to be impossible to realize, they have become possible thanks to Windform additive manufacturing. Windform materials can be applied from Space to aesthetical and functional parts, they have no limits of use and express the maximum performance that can be achieved with high level 3D printing technology.

The masks are made with Windform LX 2.0 and Windform GT that have past skin contact tests. Free-form design, custom-made solutions and the ability to build tailor-made face masks can be obtained by using the combination of additive manufacturing and Windform materials.

Windform 3D printing materials will be on stage inside the exposition Innovation of Interior, one of the furniPRO Asia 2016’s key highlights.

Innovation of Interior is a special future-oriented exhibition showcase premiering out of interzum Cologne. It is a showcase for architects, interior designers and other planners with a unique, future-oriented range of products, to showcase innovative ideas and design options. Specially curated by renowned materials expert Dr. Sascha Peters, the special showcase will highlight the potential of 3D printing for furniture designers, interior designers and architects, bringing them delight for the mind and an inspiration for creativity.