rapid prototyping

BIGREP SPOT
PRINT SERVICES
VAROMO UG

Varomo UG is a German startup developing robotic aides for the home. Using the BigRep SPOT printing service, Varomo quickly and cost-efficiently brought their prototype to life for end user testing, allowing them to improve its design and functionality.

rapid prototyping

BIGREP PRESENTS
CHANGING THE INDUSTRY
PARAVAN

Paravan renowned around the world for adapting vehicles for drivers with special medical needs. The size of the BigRep ONE allows the engineers at Paravan to use it for large-scale rapid prototyping. With the BigRep ONE Paravan’s engineers are also able to create functional parts to fit the exact needs of their clients. These parts can be printed overnight ready to be installed the next day and used by Paravans clients.

concrete casting

BIGREP PRESENTS
CONCRETE CASTING
BY NOWlab

The Nowlab Team @BigRep presents a 3D printed formwork solution for concrete casting. This giant mold was printed with the BigRep ONE for the Geiger GmbH, a german construction company based in Ansbach. It was used to rebuild the lintels as part of the buildings renovations. It enabled the client to save time and material.

BIGREP PRESENTS
CHANGING THE INDUSTRY
VILLEROY & BOCH

Villeroy & Boch is a well known manufacturer of ceramics.
Johan de Groot, who works as a product designer, describes how the use of the BigRep ONE revolutionized the way they create prototypes and designs. They are now able to produce bathtubs and shower trays one-to-one at high levels in about three weeks. This was unthinkable before the introduction of the BigRep ONE.

BIGREP & EDUCATION
THE VINN:LAB
AT TH WILDAU

The Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau uses the BigRep One printer in its on-campus FabLab to educate the engineers of tomorrow in prototyping designs and additive manufacturing.

BIGREP PRESENTS
THE FUTURE OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

3D printing can change music as we know it. No only for the on-demand manufacturing of parts but for creating entire instruments. Ofer Löwinger, Mechanical Engineer at BigRep, shows us how he imagined and then printed a full functional violin with fantastic sound quality on the BigRep ONE. Additive manufacturing opens new doors for the music instruments industry.