Formnext is the leading industry platform for Additive Manufacturing and industrial 3D Printing, and an international meeting point for the next generation of intelligent industrial production.
This year’s event will showcase some 800 exhibitors, covering more than 50,000 sqm of floorspace. Additive Manufacturing is finding becoming more relevant for a variety of sectors and industries and its applications are numerous and widening.
Five Israeli companies will exhibit at the show. Are you interested in meeting them? Don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Companies at Formnext 2022
Hall 12.1 / B54
CASTOR helps manufacturers save time and money by unlocking the benefits of industrial 3D printing. CASTTOR enables manufacturers to reduce costs and utilize AM technology, by providing technical analysis and cost-saving advice for a full machine design.
Hall 12.1 / B01
Modix is a Tel-Aviv based, global developer of large scale 3D printers. By offering massive build volumes, premium components, and high quality printing, Modix is broadening access to full scale 3D printing for product developers and industrial workshops worldwide.
Hall 12.1 / B19
Polymertal develops and manufactures light weight and environmentally friendly hybrid parts that solve complex requirements. Delivering next generation solutions for high-end, complex assemblies.
Hall 12.0 / C119
Tritone technologies transforms metal Additive Manufacturing to address the demanding standards and needs of industrial production. The company’s innovative technology enables industrial throughput of accurate parts with a range of metal and ceramic materials, suitable for the Automotive, Aerospace, Medical and Consumer Electronics industries. Founded in 2017, Tritone is led by an experienced team of experts with a track record in driving technology and business growth.
Hall 12.0 / C01
XJet provides industry-leading high definition 3D printing solutions that empower companies to create revolutionary products in ceramics and metals. Manufacturers can now enjoy volume production of true geometric complexities, unlocking a host of applications that have so far been unviable