3D printing in industrial automation is primarily the production of tools for production lines. Among them are, among others, precisely adapted to the needs of a given line, grippers and positioning elements that significantly optimize all work. Instrumentation printed in 3D does not require further processing, e.g. grinding or polishing. Importantly, in 3D printing, creating individual elements takes little time and allows you to produce individual elements at a low price.
3D printing is also an opportunity to create a production line tailored to a product that does not yet exist. Thanks to the prototype implemented in 3D, we can adjust the production lines, verify the dimensions and make corrections to the design - even before starting production.
Among the 3D filaments used are those that have high temperature resistance (PC-ABS-47), but also dispersing electrostatic charges (PET-G-32-ESD). Two heads in an industrial 3D printer Factory 2.0 Production System is a solution that allows you to create the most complex shapes using the main and supporting material.
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.