Automotive

Automotive

Aerospace

Aerospace

Packaging

Packaging

Naval

Naval

Art&Design

Art&Design

Medical

Medical

Product Development

Product Development

Construction

Construction

Boat Porthole

Even in the naval sector, 3D printing shows its incredible potential.

From interior customization, to tailor-made design for luxury boating, to functional elements.

The porthole was made of PLA HT, to withstand the subsequent resin coating process (60-70 °C) which will give the printed part greater resistance to salt.

Molds for bottles

FFF technology allows to prototype molds for the blow molding procedure.
This process is used to obtain hollow plastic products.

At the same time, 3D printing prototypes of bottles to test a new design several times, significantly reduces production time and costs.

PLA, PLA HT, PET, and Nylon are materials suitable for this type of application.

Orthopedic corset

The introduction of digital manufacturing accelerates and streamlines all labor procedures within an orthopedic laboratory, even in the production of custom-made corsets, thanks to large format 3D printers.

The design and production stages of an orthopedic corset are so simple, fast and accurate as to avoid all the more demanding phases, such as the manual acquisition of anthropometric measurements through plaster casts, up to saving time and materials in the final production phase.

Air Extractor

Born for competitions, the air extractor, or diffuser, is a fixed aerodynamic feature placed on the bottom of the car to increase the downforce values.
All this translates into an improved traction of tyres by allowing the car to move along a curve at higher speeds.

Thanks to our large format industrial 3D printer Fabbrix® ELEMENTO V2, it is possible to significantly speed up the long development time of this product, whether it is designed for competitions or for mass production, and directly carry out tests on circuits or in the wind tunnel for data acquisition and design validation.