In-house 3D printing vs outsourcing
The steel frame of a car seat at certain stages of production must be restrained in a precisely known position to allow further assembly work. For this purpose, a jig consisting of several polyamide bolted components is used. The jigs are subject to rapid wear, and the use of metal assemblies has been ruled out due to the high cost of milling and the high risk of damaging the painted frame.
Built – in Smart Material System for material recognition.
The possibility of using three different modules in one 3D printer allows to produce repeatable models from the widest range of filaments.
Best in class total cost of ownership
Materials are kept in a stable environment due to the heated materials chamber.
Heated build chamber ensures that the prints made of high-performance polymers like PC or PEEK are always of best possible quality.
Ensured user safety and work continuity proven by TUV Safety and Regular Production Surveillance.
3DGence CLOUD includes such services and functionalities as running or queueing the prints, remote monitoring of the printer and prints status.
The advanced kinematic system enables print speeds up to 400 mm/s and travel move of 1000 mm/s, all while ensuring top-standard results.