Aerospace

Aerospace

Industrial 3D printing (laser sintering) of high-tech aerospace components is a near perfect fit. The cost-effective, tool-less production of lightweight components reduces fuel consumption, material costs and CO2 emissions.

Key sectors:

  • Engines
  • Interior
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)

Automotive

Innovative, tool-less manufacturing of complex and lightweight components is increasingly common in the automotive industry. Maximum design freedom with industrial 3D printing enables the production of components with integrated functionality.

Key sectors:

  • Motor Racing
  • Serial Production Vehicles
Automotive
Industry

Industry

Industrial 3D printing of functional parts and part components enables inbuilt functionality in one manufacturing step. The technology allows for tool-less production while changes to part geometries can be transferred to production at any time.

Key sectors:

  • Handling & Robotics
  • Special Machinery
  • Other Industrial Applications

Lifestyle

Turn any conceivable shape into a real product with industrial 3D printing. The technology opens up a whole new universe of production possibilities for designers and design engineers, leading to novel applications across a range of consumables.

Key sectors:

  • Jewellery & Watches
  • Footware
  • Sports Equipment
Lifestyle
Medical

Medical

Industrial 3D printing allows for the production of specialised surgical instruments and medical devices quickly and cost-effectively. Test series, prototypes, patient-specific one-off parts and small production runs can be manufactured at a profit.

Key sectors:

  • Dental
  • Orthopedic Technology
  • Medical Devices

Tooling

Industrial 3D printing for tooling enables functional integration and faster amortisation, increasing both the productivity of the tools and the product quality. Individualised serial products can be manufactured quickly, cost-effectively and flexibly.

Key sectors:

  • Injection Moulding
  • Die-Casting
  • Tool Repair
Tooling