Design

X-EV Electric Car Customization with Large 3D Printer

Setting the Pace for Customized Electric Cars – The First BigRep PRO in China

XEV is an innovative, forward-thinking company, with a mission to provide sustainable urban mobility to everyone for a better shared future. And additive manufacturing plays an important role in development and production of their electric cars!

3D Printing Fire Engine Manufacturing

Large-format 3D printing accelerates fire engine manufacturing

3D printing has become an integral part of Magirus’ prototyping and product development workflows, especially for the production of aesthetic and ergonomic fire engine parts. The team frequently use the BigRep ONE to 3D print functional prototypes, which can be fitted and tested on trucks in order to validate the part design before tooling and production.

BigRep 3D-Printers at Rapid + TCT

3D Printing Industry Meeting: Recap from Rapid + TCT 2021

The BigRep team was excited to be back live, in-person at RAPID+TCT, North America’s largest and most influential event for 3D printing and additive manufacturing. For BigRep, it was the perfect opportunity to showcase our large-format 3D printers and applications of our customers who #THINKBIG.

3D Printed Model Life-Size Dinosaur

3D Printed Life-Size Dinosaur Models

CDM:Studio 3D printed over 110 models in just 9 months. In the past, each dinosaur or animal would have had to been modelled out of clay, which takes a very long time and very skilled sculptures to. And with a timeline of only 9 months, this could only be done with a 3D printer.

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Large Metal Casting Patterns Produced 33% Faster

Teignbridge uses a BigRep ONE large-scale industrial 3D printer for propeller production. The BigRep ONE 3D printer is used to 3D print a full-size replica of the designed propeller to be the positive pattern for the cast mold.

pla-vs-abs-filament

PLA vs. ABS and More – Choose the Right Filament

PLA and ABS are the most commonly used filaments out there.
But which one should you pick? And are there other filament options for your application?

Filament Dry Cabinet - BigRep SHIELD

BigRep Introduces the BigRep SHIELD, a Large-Format Dry Cabinet for Optimal Material Storage Conditions

BigRep SHIELD dry cabinet stores up to 60 kg of filament in ideal conditions, eliminates more than 99% humidity, reduces material waste by 20% and repair costs up to 50%.

SLA vs FDM 3D Printer: Which Should I Choose

FDM vs. SLA 3D Printer: Choose the Right Technology

FDM and SLA are the most common 3D Printing technologies. But what are their strengths and weaknesses. Which one should you choose?

3D Printed Car Interior

3D Printed Auto Interior Design and Manufacturing

“This ‘73 Bronco console, we 3D printed with our in-house BigRep 3D printer. This is by far the largest print we have tried and couldn’t have been happier with the results.”

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Local Manufacturing Accelerates with BigRep PRO

“Our region is so commercially diverse. It’s our responsibility to understand what technologies will bring the most value to our partner network,” says Steven Longpre, Operations Manager at BIC. “When we presented the BigRep PRO as a potential new addition, our partners were thrilled with the idea.”


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