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Since 2019, we, Hans Weber Maschinenfabrik GmbH, have been developing and producing additive manufacturing systems.

Thanks to our almost 60 years of experience in direct extrusion, we can draw on a broad wealth of experience. This know-how and close cooperation with our partners Ai Build and Hamuel Reichenbacher enable us to offer a wide range of products, from gantry systems to robotic systems and hybrid technology. 
Our machine systems are used in the production of large-volume and complex structures in various industries, such as automotive, design & architecture, aerospace, civil engineering and infrastructure, oil & gas, and tooling.

Customers and partners who rely on our 3D solutions

Applications of additive manufacturing

With our WEBER 3D printing technology, designed for industrial use, you can produce complex and large-volume components from granulate-based plastics quickly and precisely. Whether prototypes, tools, furniture or individual design elements - our technology meets a wide range of requirements.

Our tool-free AM process of direct extrusion, also known by the generic term "fused granular fabrication" (FGF for short), is unbeatably sustainable and helps reduce waste and material usage. By using recycled material or post-industrial granulate, we contribute to environmental protection and enable resource-saving production.
Whether for on-demand one-off production or small batch sizes, our additive manufacturing systems offer you a flexible and efficient solution. Highest precision down to the millimeter range is a matter of course.

Discover the possibilities of our WEBER 3D printing technology and rely on innovative, time- and cost-saving manufacturing - for a sustainable future in manufacturing!

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Our strategy: "Direct Extrusion". Here, components are built up layer by layer from plasticized granules.

WEBER additive manufacturing 

"Direct Extrusion" enables the processing of highly filled, fiber-reinforced or even elastic thermoplastic materials using a WEBER single-screw extruder. Direct processing of plastic pellets eliminates the need for material forms such as filaments and powders, which are sometimes difficult to handle. This brings a number of advantages: The high output rate of the extruder enables faster printing, especially for large-volume components. At the same time, diverse colors and customer-specific material mixtures can be realized quickly and cost-effectively.

This process eliminates the need for filaments. Compared to conventional 3D printing, this brings advantages: among other things, the material is significantly cheaper than filament and the material supply can be uninterrupted from industry-standard containers such as silos, big bags or octabins. In addition, the thermal load on the polymer is reduced and, at the same time, the material selection and the discharge quantity are higher.

Decisive advantages of the 3D production process:

Cost savings
By using additive manufacturing, various opportunities can be used to save costs. Some of these opportunities include lower spending on materials, as production occurs without the use of physical tools and only digital data is required. Additionally, there are savings from side effects such as the elimination of inventory costs since manufacturing is done on demand.

Fast development time 
Additive manufacturing significantly accelerates the product development process by enabling companies to bypass lengthy iteration cycles and ultimately bring products to market faster (time-to-market).

Absolute design freedom 
3D printing enables the production of complex, customized and high-precision shapes and structures that would often be difficult or impossible to produce using conventional manufacturing methods

Our WEBER Technical Center for your benchmarks!

We offer you the possibility to additively manufacture your models or test components for your future project on our pilot plants. If required, our experts will be happy to assist you with the right choice of materials. Customized compounds can also be used on request. We are able to print components up to a length of 2.4 m, a width of 1.2 m and a height of 1.3 m. Printability depends on various factors. Please contact us with your specific requirements and wishes!

Selection of our standard materials
Sabic AC004XXAR1(ABS mit 20% CF)
UPM Formi 3D 20/19 (PLA mit 20% Cellulosefasern)
LehVoss LUVOCOM 3F PP CF 9928 BK (PP mit 15% CF)
Reflow R-PETG
Rotfeld PX-DIPROmid T50.4CH2GF5-9200F (PA mit 25% GF)
Trinseo Magnum 3504 (ABS)

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WEBER partnership.

We put innovation, quality and customer satisfaction first. Our vision for our customers includes significant cooperation with high-quality partners. Through this collaboration, we are able to offer breakthrough technologies in the complex field of additive manufacturing from the very beginning.

Reichenbacher Hamuel
Hybrid systems for combined additive-subtractive manufacturing technology

Ai Build
Advanced web planning and process monitoring with the AiSync platform from Ai Build

Questions about additive manufacturing


Additive manufacturing using pellet-based direct extrusion offers many advantages. Starting with a higher application quantity and the wide range of available materials, through to the use of filled and fiber-reinforced materials. This means that both complex and large-volume components can be produced cost-effectively with low material usage.



Additive manufacturing is also known as 3D printing and is a process in which objects are built up layer by layer by first applying materials such as thermoplastics in a locally defined plasticized form and then solidifying them again.
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The "Direct Extrusion" process enables the processing of highly filled, fiber-reinforced or soft materials using a WEBER single-screw extruder. The high output of the extruder enables faster printing, especially for large-volume components. At the same time, various colors and customer-specific material mixtures can be produced quickly and cost-effectively.
A major advantage of this process is that filaments can be dispensed with, in contrast to conventional 3D printing. This results in several advantages: The material is significantly cheaper than filament, and the material can be supplied uninterruptedly from silos. In addition, the thermal load is lower, the material selection is greater and the output quantity is higher, which leads to further increases in efficiency.



Additive manufacturing is a manufacturing process in which three-dimensional objects are built up layer by layer. Material is added layer by layer. In contrast, subtractive manufacturing is based on removing material from a prefabricated semi-finished product in order to obtain the desired shape.


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