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Kennedy Valve invested in a BigRep industrial 3D printer to modernize their aging sand casting workflow. They vastly improved upon the external supply strategy that had replaced their long-retired in-house pattern shop. Just by modernizing their factory floor with an industrial 3D printer, they reduced sand casting expenses by an astounding 22% while still retaining outsourcing for their post-processing needs.
BigRep PRO Tech Talk
Get to know the BigRep PRO from its large-format build volume to its flexible platform for speed, materials and printing options. Learn from the product experts how BigRep is enabling options for both fast prints and high detail prints. The PRO enables you to start a build first thing in the morning and have a finished part before you need your 2nd cup of coffee.
Join BigRep‘s team of additive manufacturing experts as they walk you through highlights from our line of industrial solutions. Covering BigRep’s engineering-grade products, from materials to advanced large-format 3D printers
Learn Industrial Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) Methods
Watch Additive Manufacturing (AM) experts Frank Marangell and Forbes 30 under 30 Italy recipient Macro Mattia Cristofori as they discuss, and teach, Design for Additive Manufacturing in industrial applications.
Integrating Large-Format Additive Manufacturing into your Production
Industrial leaders around the world are gaining a competitive advantage, cutting costs, and future-proofing their business by integrating large-format additive manufacturing into production.
From Desktop to Industrial – How Upgrading your Tools Upgrades your Processes
Large-format additive manufacturing removes the constraints of more standard sized build envelopes, enabling the creation of large, industrial parts in one print for optimal strength, speed, and minimal post-processing.
Thought Leader Exchange: Additive and its Impact on Manufacturing
Join Frank Marangell, Michael Whitens and The Additive Report Editor, Don Nelson, for a virtual round-table discussion on the current state of the additive manufacturing industry and where it’s headed.
Speed, Precision and Connectivity for Factory 4.0 – Bosch-Rexroth & BigRep
Increasingly, additive manufacturing is being integrated into new production processes. 3D printing technology is being applied for end-use parts, increasing in connectivity, and becoming an all-encompassing solution for modern manufacturing facilities.
How Ford is Optimizing Manufacturing with 3D-Printed Tooling and Fixtures
Jigs and fixtures are a mainstay of manufacturing and make production and assembly processes simpler and more reliable, reducing lead times and improving worker safety. Ford Motor Company has compared 3D-printed jigs and fixtures to conventional machining, finding they take less time and cost a fraction to produce.