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Get Ready for 3-D Printed Yachts

08 November 2018

The CFAM, Europe's largest commercial 3-D printer, is turning out custom furniture and yacht parts. Private jets and cranes could be next.

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Een schip uitprinten? In Delft doen ze het

08 November 2018

Vandaag is in Delft de grootste 3D-printer van Europa onthuld. De printer heeft een inhoud ter grootte van een Volkswagen Polo, en dat is ideaal voor het printen van grote onderdelen. Onderdelen voor schepen bijvoorbeeld. Niet van goedkoop plastic, maar van glasvezel of carbon. En dat is uniek.

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CEAD’s new large-format Continuous Fiber 3D printer

20 April 2018

The Netherlands based company CEAD is developing a large-format Continuous Fiber Additive Manufacturing (CFAM) machine for industrial applications, including construction and shipbuilding.

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Continuous fiber 3D printing

20 April 2018

CEAD has successfully tested the impregnation and extrusion of continuous glass and carbon fiber materials in the printing process. During the test the CFAM machine ran for 24 hours without operator interference. CFAM samples were subjected to several interlaminar shear strength (ILSS) tests showing parts conforming to several ISO standards.

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CEAD is developing a large-format 3D printer for industrial applications.

20 April 2018

CEAD has not revealed the specifications of their CFAM process, as they are still in the process of securing patents, however other solutions for working with carbon fiber are already on the market. It will be interesting to learn how the CEAD process compares. 

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CEAD's huge CFAM 3D printer for shipbuilding completes first successful tests

19 April 2018

Dutch firm CEAD was formed back in 2014 when two of Leapfrog's co-founders decided they wanted to focus more on the industrial 3D printing sector. In 2017, CEAD set out to deliver a large-format 3D printer for industrial sectors such as maritime and construction, based on continuous fiber additive manufacturing technology. We reported on the progress of this huge 3D printer back in January, and CEAD has been able to reach some key milestones since then.

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Dutch firm develops massive 3-D printer for ships

27 January 2018

Netherlands-based 3-D printing company CEAD, formed by Maarten Logtenberg and Lucas Janssen in 2014, has developed a Continuous Fibre Additive Manufacturing system (CFAM). 

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Royal Roos, CEAD to develop 3D printer

19 January 2018

Royal Roos, a Rotterdam based marine engineering company, will start collaborating with 3D printer manufacturer DEAD B.V., in oder to develop and build an industrial size CFAM 3D printer, to be used in the maritime industry.

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3D printing boats

18 January 2018

Currently in development is a Continuous Fiber Additive Manufacturing (CFAM) 3D printer from machine builder CEAD, which carries the interesting moto of “Building Machines that Don’t Exist.”

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CEAD y su impresora para la industria naval

17 January 2018

CEAD es una empresa de origen holandés que desarrolló una impresora 3D de gran formato que podría imprimir piezas de fibra compuestas de hasta 4 x 2 x 1,5 metros, ideal para la construcción naval.

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Cooperation agreement between Royal Roos and 3D printer manufacturer CEAD

16 January 2018

Netherlands-based marine engineering consultancy Royal Roos has entered into a cooperation agreement with 3D printer manufacturer CEAD to develop and build an industrial size CFAM 3D printer that will be capable of printing large parts for the maritime sector.

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Shipbuilders, rejoice. CEAD is taking additive additive manufacturing to the high seas by creating an industrial-scale 3D-printer

16 January 2018

CEAD is currently in the process of developing the Continuous Fiber Additive Manufacturing (CFAM) 3D printer, which will reportedly be capable of producing 55 pounds of printed material per hour.

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3D printing project for maritime parts awaiting delivery

15 January 2018

Netherlands-based marine engineering consultancy Royal Roos has entered into a cooperation agreement with 3D printer manufacturer CEAD to develop and build an industrial size CFAM 3D printer that will be capable of printing large parts for the maritime sector.

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Royal Roos expands activities with 3D printing in cooperation with CEAD BV

11 January 2018

Royal Roos, a Rotterdam (the Netherlands) based marine engineering company has entered into a cooperation with 3D printer manufacturer CEAD B.V. to develop and build an industrial size CFAM 3D printer.

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Royal Roos breidt activiteiten uit met 3D printing in samenwerking met CEAD BV

11 January 2018

Marine engineering bureau Royal Roos is een samenwerking aangegaan met 3D-printerbouwer CEAD BV uit Rotterdam voor de ontwikkeling en bouw van een industrieel formaat CFAM 3D printer en de toepassing hiervan.

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Dutch partners develop 3D printer for shipbuilding

11 January 2018

Marine engineering consultancy Royal Roos and 3D printer manufacturer CEAD are developing an industrial-scale 3D printer with potential applications in shipbuilding.

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3D printing news sliced Reebok, Carbon, Stratasys, GE Additive, 3D systems and Shakespeare

10 January 2018

CEAD Group, founded by two co-founders of Leapfrog, has started circulating images of its forthcoming, large-scale Continuous Fibre Additive Manufacturing (CFAM) machine. The system is tipped to have a max build volume of 4 x 2 x 1.5 m, and be capable of depositing up to 15 kg of material per hour.

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Netherlands' CEAD develops gigantic CFAM composite 3D printer for shipbuilding

08 January 2018

Those two Leapfrog co-founders, Maarten Logtenberg and Lucas Janssen, decided in 2014 that they would form a new company, CEAD, which would focus on the industrial side of 3D printing. In the few years since its formation, CEAD has developed automated machines, including a filter production system, and now has an even more exciting development up its sleeve.

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La stampante 3d CFAM CEAD per le costruzioni navali

08 January 2018

La società di stampa 3D con sede nei Paesi Bassi CEAD, costituita nel 2014 da due dei quattro co-fondatori di Leapfrog, ha sviluppato una stampante 3D in fibra composita continua su larga scala (4 x 2 x 1,5 m) adatta per l’uso nei settori marittimo e infrastrutturale .

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CFAM set to change the industry of ship building

07 February 2018

CEAD, a additive manufacturing company based in the Netherlands, is currently developing a large part 3D printer, called the CFAM (Continuous Fibre Additive Manufacturing). A far cry from your average home office 3D printer, this large printer is designed for a very special purpose-helping build ships.

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