Wamokei's use of the Pro2 dual extruder 3D printer led to an increase in business and production of high-quality 3D printed models.
Raise3D technology unlocks many possibilities for staff to improve facility maintenance operations in various ways. Having experienced the value of 3D printing spare part replacements, plant staffs plan to step forward by 3D printing improvement parts and machine format parts. By 3D printing in-house, utility and maintenance staff are able to iterate implementation solution rapidly after observation, thus keeping the continuous evolution of maintenance operation, including cost reduction and performance improvement.
Before the University of Tokyo introduced a 3D printer into their school, their manufacturing process was done by cutting or by tooling. Since then, they have seen a dramatic reduction in prototyping costs. And have also built an environment where students and others can easily come into contact with 3D printers.
GJ Plastics found the introduction of the Raise3D Pro2 to be extremely cost-effective while saving on labor. For example, a component that the company originally outsourced cost £1.50 per unit is now printed in-house. In the last 10 weeks, GJ Plastics produced 20,000 of these same components for 25p each. That is a saving of £2500 per week!
As genuine polyurethane engineering experts and a proven market leader in the design and manufacturing of pipeline rollers for the industry, 3D Printing was a natural progression for Richmond who has always sought to be early adopters of cutting edge developments within their industry.
Raise3D interviews 2050.AT, a Russian 3D printer farm about their use of the Pro2, a high precision 3D printer.
Like many other industrial manufacturers, audio-engineering companies initially adopted 3D printers as a quick internal prototyping solution. After reaping enormous cost efficiencies, flexibility and the benefits of additive manufacturing, they are now changing their entire production line and investing heavily in 3D printing technology.
Before the use of 3D printing technology, Icecam Gimbal was using outdated, slow methods like milling for production. However, thanks to Raise3D printers, their prototype production process has evolved, making it possible to produce small-batch products that are infinitely customizable.
A boutique furniture designer and manufacturing company, Yujia serves a high-end niche market with custom designed products. Their product development team relies on 3D printing to maintain speed and its high frequency of new products, slashing costs by 75%.
3D printed prototyping, custom part creation, and visual display models have allowed Kebaide Technology to additive technology for clients in the global steel industry.