The possibilities of 3D printing have long been used in the automotive industry at every stage of production - from prototyping, production of spare parts and the final elements themselves. Available materials allow you to print not only light, but also extremely durable elements.
The introduction of 3D printing allows you to optimize the time and cost of production of selected elements, as well as to find problems in projects at an early stage of prototyping - which can be quickly repaired. 3D printing also reduces the loss of materials and ultimately reduces the weight of the vehicle or part of it. Thanks to low-volume production, you can create equipment for special cars, such as ambulances or police vehicles, but also final parts, e.g. for racing cars.
3D printing in the automotive industry is of great importance for increasing efficiency in several areas. It works well in prototyping necessary for design verification, assembly and testing of tooling, creating end parts and spare parts for machines - those that are currently not available in the warehouse or whose cost of a single manufacture or purchase is very high.
As a direct user of Factory 2.0 I can say that I am satisfied with the quality of prints, user-friendly software and the user interface. A large working area of 500 x 500 mm is available, excellent cooperation and assistance in the start-up phase and gaining experience in 3D printing technology.
Using the OMNI3D Printroom services significantly speeds up the work of our R&D team. Parts printed on Factory 2.0 meet our requirements - both in terms of component strength, dimensional accuracy and time of order completion
A solid business partner, which is undoubtedly OMNI3D, has allowed us to make a fully functional model of a new product. Speed of action and accuracy of performance is at the highest level.