Additive manufacturing (AM) can majorly reduce costs within production lines, but are you considering the right opportunities to achieve this? Even the smallest adjustment with AM can make a significant difference.
As a manufacturer, you frequently encounter risks to your production, but AM can be the hero. Discover how the technology enabled CNH Industrial to avoid risks linked to COVID-19 that could have resulted in losses of €189,000.
To create a fullsize representation of a 1930s airplane, VLM turned to Materialise to 3D print and assemble the ghostlike model. The resulting centerpiece for an open air museum is elegant but robust enough to withstand winds of up to 100km/h.
When the team behind phits was faced with growing demand, they needed to find a way to boost their productivity. That’s where our Mindware experts stepped in, using extensive AM knowledge to optimize their workflow and quadruple machine productivity.
Signify came to us for guidance on how to improve some components prone to persistent part failure. Thanks to 3D printing and our expertise, we co-engineered two parts that have not failed a single time in four years — providing huge operational savings. Want to know the secret? Read our blog detailing how co-creation, innovation, and application combined to create the perfect 3D part for Signify’s lightbulb assembly line.
The Maggie Program is a non-profit organization that gives refugees access to reliable shelters for education, healthcare, and more. Learn how we support them in this journey by 3D printing connectors with innovative materials.
Since 1990, Tokyo-based engineering company SOLIZE has supported product development from design and prototyping to production readiness. To learn more about Materialise's role in SOLIZE's AM business, we spoke to Head of AM System Sales Yoshihiro Nomura and Head of AM Service Bureau Tohru Ota.