MUPMED uses additive manufacturing to create parts for a multi effect vaporisation dryer with best-in-class eco-footprint. To achieve this, the team faces a few challenges.
Their main goal in one sentence: Develop FDM printed machine parts that can _x000B_function 24/7 @ 80-90°C, 90-100% Rel. Humidity_x000B_ and withstand abrasive load of tumbling matter
The steps on this way are
- Identify suitable FDM materials that meet technical _x000B_demands and fit in business case limitations of drying organic matter affordably using residual heat.
- Validate that parts meet the durability demands using_x000B_dedicated endurance test-set ups and full prototypes.
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