Arevo launches continuous fibre 3D print process, new CEO & $12.5M funding

Published 17 May 2018

Posted by Al Dean

Article tagged with: 3d printing, hardware, manufacturing, manufacture, additive manufacturing, carbon fibre, peek, continuous carbon fibre, arevo

Arevo has come out of stealth with a series of announcements around the startup’s activity in the 3D printing/additive manufacturing space.

The company, founded by Hemant Bheda, uses a mixture of a commercial, off the shelf robotics, a continuous fibre and PEEK/Nylon matrix material and lasers to deposit material.

What’s interesting here is that unlike other fibre-focussed systems from the likes of Markforged, Arevo is looking to tackle how to build continuous fibre strengthened parts out of plane.

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