For four days, everything in Mainhattan revolved around additive manufacturing processes and upstream and downstream technologies. From polymers to metals, from prototypes to series production: exhibitors from 36 nations and visitors from 99 countries discussed the future of innovative manufacturing here.
The team from Q-Tech Roding was on site for the second time at the leading international trade fair for additive manufacturing technology and presented its service portfolio from November 19 to 22. Computed tomography is a focal point here, as it allows components to be digitized and 3D measured with high precision in a non-destructive manner. As a competence leader and service provider in the field of industrial metrology, Q-Tech Roding is an important partner for companies in medical technology, automotive, electrical engineering and more.
"There was a great deal of interest in our methods for the measurement and analysis process, and our booth was well attended. Formnext has become an important platform for us to maintain contacts and follow new developments," summarizes Werner Schneider, responsible for sales and marketing at Q-Tech Roding.