3D Printing Applications
3D printing is a versatile technology that allows a wide range of applications. It is the right choice when it comes to low quantity production, such as rapid prototyping or parts for highly individualized products. Furthermore, 3D printing can be used to produce parts with high levels of complexity, which could not be produced by other means such as milling or injection molding.
We have summarized some applications for 3D printing; however, these are by no means exhaustive. If you have any questions about other applications that are relevant for you, please get in touch with us.
Science & Education
Rapid prototyping and small batch production is still the major field of application for 3D printing. Due to the wide range of materials and methods, realistic and highly accurate prototypes and low quantity serial production can be realized. In addition to manufacturing, we can also digitize your work (e.g. using CAD or 3D scanning).
Small batch production is increasingly shifting to rapid manufacturing processes such as 3D printing and vacuum casting. With rapid tooling it is also possible to create tools using additive production processes. We would be pleased to advise you about the possibilities in this area.
Ideas can be made accessible to customers with 3D printed models.
There are numerous 3D printing applications in science and education. Individualized lab or experimental equipment is one of the most common applications today; however, the production of physical objects such as organ or molecular models from medical or scientific imaging data is also becoming increasingly widespread.
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