We are particularly interested in those market segments in which companies are not afraid to experiment. They test the possibilities of using technology in areas for which 3D printing is an innovation. This is how improvements and patents that shape the world around us are created. It's great to be able to participate in this.
Aerospace is, next to the automotive industry, a branch of industry whose representatives believe that 3D printing technology will replace traditional manufacturing methods in the future. 3D printing allows you to make complex aerospace components in one piece.Read more
3D printing is recognized by experts as one of the techniques that will revolutionize world medicine. Effective clinical assistance increasingly depends on personalized, innovative tools and properties of manufactured medical components. At this moment, 3D printing supports the creation of dental implants or bone parts.Read more
The interest in the use of 3D printing technology in the arms industry is growing all over the world. Having the parts you require on site simplifies the process of responding to current equipment service needs. It is also an optimal solution when parts of the equipment that are not provided for in the service are damaged.Read more
For many years, the automotive industry has been striving to replace commonly used metals with high-quality polymers and composite materials. 3D prints with high tensile and bending strength and high-shock-load resistance are more and more often an alternative to elements made of iron, lead or titanium.Read more