The latest Multi Jet Fusion technology allows us to process orders for short series of fully functional plastic parts in 3-5 business days. The goal of HP in designing this technology was to maximize the series for which 3D printing would be more cost effective than injection melding. Check how much your parts will cost! In our online quoting system, it will take 3 minutes!Online quoting
Unilogo is a producer of lines for pouring, closing and labelling packaging for the cosmetics industry. The plant requires a lot of diverse parts perfectly suited to the shape of the packaging. 3D printing and Multi Jet Fusion technology allows engineers to implement innovative solutions faster and the company can adapt more easily to the Customer's needs as well as reduce machine delivery time. The parts that we print for Unilogo are mainly format elements, handles and fasteners, as well as robot grippers.
A certain car factory had a problem with the repeatable designation of the line dividing body colours. Based on the 3D car body model, we designed and implemented a tool in Multi Jet Fusion technology that made the work easier for operators. Thanks to it, the process is faster, repeatable and leaves no room for operator's errors!
We regularly supply spare parts for production lines at the Colgate-Palmolive plant in Świdnica. The use of Multi Jet Fusion technology and the possibility of just-in-time parts production have helped the maintenance department reduce the storage space needed to store spare parts and thus reduce production costs.
A cable bundle producer needed a solution that would protect the cable ends from bending during transportation. We designed and produced several hundred pieces of "cases" in various variants for different sizes of cable ends. With such volume and so diverse production, 3D printing turned out to be not only the fastest but also the cheapest solution.
A drone producer needed a housing for a manipulator. Ordering a mould for injection was an inadequate solution because the project was continuously improved and after ordering a mould its modification would have been impossible. The housing had such complicated geometry that it would not have been profitable to make it by machining. The perfect solution turned out to be making housings in 3D printing technology and ordering them in just-in-time mode.
Multi - Aut, a producer of packaging lines, ordered pick-and-place robots at Cubic Inch. The parts had to have compressed air ducts inside, and the lowest possible weight was crucial. The production of grippers with such geometry in traditional methods would be extremely technologically difficult, and therefore financially unprofitable. 3D printing perfectly met the endurance needs of the customer.
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