Entries by Susan Gabriel

New business models for the maritime sector through 3D printing

Leverage the true potential of Additive Manufacturing in the Maritime Sectors 3D printing: A disruptive and promising technology for the maritime industry   3D printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a manufacturing process that builds layer on layer to create a three-dimensional functional part from a digital model. During the last 20 years, AM has developed into […]

Success story injection nozzle

Efficient machine components in serial production 3D printing offers machine builders freedom of design in the component construction. This allows the design of more efficient parts that are manufactured in a cost and resource efficient manner. This applies to the injection nozzles Bionic Production manufactured for the SBM Maschinen GmbH. The components consisted of several […]

Success story cooling lubricant nozzle

Successful engineering of a cooling lubricant nozzle for 3D printing Function integration despite limited space Additive Manufacturing is a disruptive technology, that enables the production of precise fitting, high-efficient and individual components. The nozzle project we’ve started in 2017 with Grindaix GmbH and TRUMPF shows the possibilities of 3d printing. The biggest challenge in internal […]

3D printing as digital railway transformation engine

3D printing: A distruptive and promising technology for the railway industry 3D printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a manufacturing process, that builds layer on layer to create a three-dimensional object from a digital model. AM is already established in some industries, for example in medical, aerospace or machine building and tooling. This fast-emerging technology […]

Expansion of our machine pool

Both in February and April we further increased our machine pool in order to be ready for future requirements. Since two months we have a FANUC Europe ROBOCUT 2-C600iB EDM machine. With this machine we can now carry out another part of the post-processing of our 3d-printed parts in-house and thus produce even more flexible. […]

3D printing as digital railway transformation engine

3D printing: A distruptive and promising technology for the railway industry 3D printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a manufacturing process, that builds layer on layer to create a three-dimensional object from a digital model. AM is already established in some industries, for example in medical, aerospace or machine building and tooling. This fast-emerging technology […]

New business models for logistic companies

3D printing opens up many new business opportunities for logistics companies. Dr. Maike Grund reveals in an interview with the Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG the possibilities and limits of additive manufacturing. She is explaining how bionic design can optimize a component, what advantages additive manufacturing has over conventional manufacturing methods and how 3D-printing can […]

Expansion of our machine pool

Both in February and April we further increased our machine pool in order to be ready for future requirements. Since two months we have a FANUC Europe ROBOCUT 2-C600iB EDM machine. With this machine we can now carry out another part of the post-processing of our 3d-printed parts in-house and thus produce even more flexible. […]

Part Screening for a successful 3d-print

Are my parts suitable for 3d-printing? We are analysing your portfolio with our systematic Part Screening. Using CAD-data, material and cost information as well as part dimensions and functions, we identify suitable components and/or assemblies. Click here for more details!

Optimize your spare part management

Our “Parts on demand” service ist a great alternative to regular stock keeping. After identifying your spare parts through Part Screening, we produce test prints to validate production parameters as well as relevant information about cost and lead times. We then catalogue your components so that you can order them directly online. That way you […]