3D printing in other industries
Use 3D printing for your business to gain:
The list of uses for 3D printers is constantly increasing. In addition to the design, automotive, medical and architecture sectors, 3D printing is used in the engineering, defence, aviation, construction and food sectors, where printing of individual parts and assemblies is possible. It also optimises the cost and time of production line improvements.
3D printing as an addictive technology uses only as much material as is needed to create a model, and only support material is lost. It is a great tool for creating complex designs, complementing traditional manufacturing methods. The Factory 2.0 Production System 3D printer uses two heads to create very complex shapes using the HIPS-20 support material.
Lighter, durable and cheap components – this is what 3D printing guarantees today. Reducing weight and cost while maintaining high strength and precision is making more and more people in industry see the future of this technology. Replacing some metal parts with plastic ones, faster prototyping, spare parts production, personalised prints that improve ergonomics and ultimately final products without the need for surface treatment – these are just some of the most demanding 3D printing applications.
Clients about us
Parts printed in 3D on Factory 2.0 Production System meet all our requirements – both in terms of strength, dimensional accuracy, turnaround time and weight loss. Many elements are installed in cars as final products.
Łukasz Tomkiewicz, Managing Director, Arrinera Automotive S.A.
Creating a functional prototype has never been so cheap, fast and easy.
Miki Thurzo, Senior Engineer, METRIS 3D
3D printing cuts the design time, and as a result speeds up the creation of the final product.
Factory 2.0 Production System allows large format printing. Thanks to OMNI3D’s solution, we can analyse the ergonomics of models that were printed in full scale. This is very important in our sector.
Using plastic gears printed on the Factory 2.0 3D printer significantly reduces the costs of repair of the production line and its downtime.