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Ware-house - Logistics Center Zhangjiagang
The heart of the new logistics center in Zhangjiagang is a high-bay ware-house covering 4,000 square meters. All incoming and outbound goods are recorded electronically and distributed across the center’s 9,000 pallet bays by a computer-aided warehouse management system.Order photo
Logistics Center in Zhangjiagang
WACKER’s new Logistics Center in Zhangjiagang, China. Used as a distribution center for downstream silicone products manufactured on site, the new facility enables the company to supply its customers in the region even faster and with even greater flexibility.Order photo
The new 3D process of Munich-based WACKER operates with extreme precision. The printer robot produces structures with a line width of 0.6 millimeters. The silicone is placed drop by drop, and is immediately firm after application. That enables extremely precise contours to be produced.Order photo
Dr. Bernd Pachaly, head of silicones R&D at WACKER, and lab technician Stefanie Schuster developed new formulations for 3D printing in less than a year. The silicone not only needs to be color-fast and free of bubbles, but also has to have suitable flow properties.Order photo
Fig. 04a – d: Picture_Series_3D_Printing
The WACKER 3D process works like an ink-jet printer: the nozzle deposits a drop of silicone precisely at the point determined by the computer program (images 4a and 4b), generating a molded three-dimensional silicone part layer by layer from the virtual drawing (images 4c and 4d).Order photo