Teccluster News

3D printing with polyurethanes and silicone – Lynxter

In the exciting world of 3D printing, new developments are constantly happening. Among these innovations, the integration of polyurethanes (PU) and silicone materials stands out in 3D printing processes, offering exceptional flexibility, durability, and adaptability. PU is a versatile and durable polymer material used in a wide range of industrial and consumer applications including 3D printing.

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New material for large-vat SLA machines – ULTRACUR3D® SLA 7700!

In collaboration with BASF, we helped develop a new material for 3D printing – ULTRACUR3D® SLA 7700. ULTRACUR3D® SLA 7700 is a versatile material designed for easy and reliable processing on large-vat Stereolithography (SLA) machines. It offers amazing optical clarity, allowing you mostly see through it. It also offers excellent accuracy, detail, processing speed, and

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New Open SLA Technology with variable spot size

After working with the 3D printing technology for several years and thereby gaining experience on the subject and the market, TECCLUSTER has decided to introduce their own brand of 3D printers – “TECCAM”. Specifically designed and developed by Danish engineers in different models and sizes. The printers are designed after the tradition of Danish design including

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Boston Micro Fabrication Announces Partnership with Teccluster A/S

BOSTON (May 19, 2020) – Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF), the pioneer in microscale 3D printing systems today announced their partnership with TECCLUSTER A/S, a Scandinavian supplier of 3D technology from leading market manufacturers located in Kolding, Denmark. TECCLUSTER have added BMF’s microArchä S140 to their 3D printing center in Kolding, which includes more than 2,000 km² of

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​Aparticipated in developing the world’s biggest passenger airliner

​Teccluster played a leading role in developing one of the world’s biggest passenger airliners, the Airbus 380. We supplied three of the doors along with advanced cockpit coating. ​​In 2005, work began on the construction of the world’s biggest passenger airliner, the Airbus 380. Teccluster was selected to supply mechanical components for three of the

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‘The Basic Certificate’ – Supply Chain Innovation

The CEO of Teccluster, Per Lynnerup, presented his take on ‘the basic certificate’ during a seminar about Supply Chain Innovation September 25th, 2015. In cooperation with Børsen and Business Kolding, the University of Southern Denmark used the seminar to focus on how companies can optimise work for increased performance. ​About the seminar: ​The greatest source

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Supplier of mechanical components for mars space probe

By means of high-precision machining, Teccluster has developed and supplied important core components for scientific purposes, this time for a special space probe for Mars. The purpose of the space probe was to identify the resources of the planet and make scientific history. ​The components for the probe were built in 2008. Teccluster was responsible

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Company of the year

​​Teccluster won the award “Company of the Year” during the Business Kolding Award Show. The award is annually presented to an organisation in Kolding Municipality that has made extraordinary contributions to trade and industry, or has shown remarkable business initiative – Teccluster took home the award. ​With words like “extremely innovative” and “increased productivity in

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