On 14 and 15 July 2018 the 26th edition of the vintage car show “History on the Veluwe” took place in Zuuk (near Epe).

Hundreds of historic vehicles were exhibited under a clear blue sky and plenty of sun. These were primarily mechanization vehicles, but in addition to the many tractors, also engines, classic cars, steam engines and trucks were  exhibited.

AMR Europe and parent company SDD were present with their own stand in which we showed that you can make old-timer parts yourself using a Cubicon or Markforged 3D printer. In addition, Stefan Stoks showed how you can use a SIAB 3D scanner to digitize a defective part and then let it come out of a 3D printer as a new part. For this, a broken taillight of a FIAT tractor was completely renewed.

Have you not had the opportunity to view the possibilities of 3D printing  or 3D scanning during the classic car show? In our showroom in Emst we would like to do it again for you.

Call 0578 – 662 777 and make an appointment with Arjen Schurink, Stefan Stoks or Kees Seldenrijk.


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