3D Printing Applications

Industrial 3D printing offers a fast, cost effective avenue to build and streamline processes in real-world applications.

Prototyping, production tooling, and manufacturing processes are all simplified with industrial additive manufacturing technology. Add large-format 3D printers into your company workflows to reduce production costs and time-to-market, and develop sustainable practices that enable complete control throughout your product's entire life cycle.

Application Guides

3D Printed Jigs & Fixtures on the Factory Floor

  • Minimize logistics by manufacturing jigs and fixtures in-house.
  • Cut tooling costs with digitized production and reduced assembly
  • Print tools on demand from a digital inventory to save time and storage space

Carbon Fiber Parts with 3D Printed Molds

  • 3D printing molds costs a fraction of the price of CNC milling aluminum
  • Drastically reduce lead times and speed up design iterations
  • Adapt, test, and produce parts in-house with ease

Concrete Casting with 3D Printed Formwork

  • Produce complex formwork at lightning speed with reduced lead times
  • Save money with reduced costs of digital craftsmanship
  • Achieve complex shapes unthinkable with traditional methods

Sand Casting with 3D Printed Patterns

  • Speed up fabrication and reduce lead times
  • Cut costs with fast and precise digital workflows
  • Streamline workflows and ramp up production

Guide to Post-Processing 3D Printed Parts

  • Get smooth surfaces
  • Strengthen your parts
  • Add functionality

General 3D Printing Applications

Rapid Prototyping

Reduce Cost and Lead Time with Industrial 3D Printing in Product Development.

Rapid Manufacturing

Take Control of Your Manufacturing with Industrial 3D Printing for End-Use Parts.

Rapid Tooling

Develop Solutions On-Demand with Industrial 3D Printing for Jigs and Fixtures.

Forms & Moulding

Create Patterns Affordably with Industrial 3D Printing for Forms and Moulding.


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