SensyTIV delivered the Highcon SHAPE 3D Printing Machine presented at Drupa 2016
SensyTIV Technologies Ltd. was contracted by Highcon to lead the Highcon Shape 3D printing machine project, displayed at Drupa 2016 in Dusseldorf, Germany. SensyTIV integrated the proprietary patented Highcon technology into the new area of 3D printing. SensytivTIV managed a team of professionals who collaborated to deliver the machine on time to the show. SensyTIV took ownership from beginning to-end comprising writing detailed requirements, budget and planning, full system engineering and industrial design,system assembly and testing all the way through to the machine’s shipment, installation, and presentation with appealing appearance on the show floor. The machine external design was implemented by world-renowned industrial designer Alex Padwa Design.
Highcon develops patented converting solutions for post-print processes in graphic arts industries. The company’s proprietary cutting and creasing process brings all of the benefits associated with digital prepress and printing workflow to the existing analog finishing market.
About Drupa 2016
Drupa is the leading international trade fair for print and cross-media solutions, focusing on innovation in print, packaging production, multichannel, 3D printing, functional printing or green printing, and providing a platform for future technologies.
Key Words: Highcon, Shape, Alex Padwa, Sensytiv, 3D printing