Cincinnati Incorporated (CI) will showcase its family of Small Area Additive Manufacturing (SAAM) machines at RAPID + TCT 2019 in Detroit, Michigan in Booth #1517, May 21-23. The SAAM machines were originally designed as a complement to CI’s larger BAAM and MAAM industrial sized additive manufacturing machines. They allow for prototypes to be created before entering full-scale production on the larger machines.
Cincinnati Incorporated will sponsor the 2019 Flying Pig Marathon, also known as the Pig Party, on May 3-5 in Cincinnati at the Duke Energy Convention Center. In 2018, CI donated a 3D printed 26.2 that was displayed at both the expo and the finish line. This year, the company will be donating a custom 3D printed 13.1 to complete the set.
CI has made a new productive link between metal fabrication and additive manufacturing. The American machine tool manufacturer will showcase this concept at FABTECH 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. A trio of 3D printed press brake process enhancements will be on display and demonstrated at Cincinnati booth B5543 in the Additive Pavilion.
Cincinnati Incorporated’s new Multi Axis Rapid Cincinnati Handling (MARCH) system pays homage to the company’s family-owned history and continues its wave of innovation. Customizable, standard and high-density configurations allow automation to be matched to surroundings for maximized space usage and increased overall equipment efficiency.
Cincinnati Incorporated (CI) has named Adam Yborra sales engineer for the Eastern US, including Eastern PA, South New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Northwest NY. Yborra, a mechanical engineer, has extensive experience in design, project management and 3D additive manufacturing initiatives. He will be based in Philadelphia, PA.