A.A.G. Stucchi has been an active leader in the field of lighting for more than 70 years, producing “Made in Italy” quality components. They have evolved from being a component supplier to a reliable partner in creating lighting solutions.
Nabson’s largest business operation is manufacturing ground power cable assemblies and connectors for the commercial and defense aviation industry. In early 2019, Nabson purchased a dual-head FDM 3D printer to expedite research and development of new products and the development of one of its product lines.
The SLS process improved print quality and reliability, over the previously used FDM approach and resulted in highly detailed prints. The human brain phantom was printed in two halves, so that the remaining powder could easily be removed from the non-visible areas.
Sinterit technology helped to design and print tablets with complex geometries. More importantly it allowed the printing of several pharmaceutical grade polymers and produce tablets with drug amounts that was impossible to process with other techniques.
Netsheipas AM decided to concentrate on SLS technology since it would be the best fit for complex, engineered grade performance components. It was challenging to find a suitable SLS solution within the desired investment range to ensure sustainable business operations.
With the introduction of a dedicated Rapid Response Team, Bulgin can provide fast turnaround times on bespoke customer projects and requirements. They range from the manufacturing of cable assemblies to bespoke product customisations and developments Bulgin hopes to provide a response to the customers’ query in 48 hours.
OctoClassic is a company that produces professional spare parts for classic cars. The founders met in 2019 and decided to combine their background: Filip – classic cars restoration, and Krystian – 3D engineering.
REGNER® is a well-known OEM provider of motion control solutions, from control boxes to linear actuators, that bases its success on providing world-class support in a market that moves very quickly.
Large distributors like Gautzsch will be the first to experience the disruption in manufacturing methods due to additive manufacture on a large scale. Can the innovators at Gautzsch use Additive manufacturing to excel with new capabilities?