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Case Study: Considerable Cost Calculation Benefits for Tool Manufacturing and a Massive Cost Reduction in Automation and Measurement Technology

Case Study: Considerable Cost Calculation Benefits for Tool Manufacturing and a Massive Cost Reduction in Automation and Measurement Technology

BorgiForm, a young, innovative family business headquartered in the heart of eastern Westphalia (Germany), focuses its business literally “shaping” ideas. Dirk Kriegel, Managing Director, introduced 3D printing technology a while ago. Additive manufacturing simplifies the company’s work and isused in the development of die-cutting and bending tools as well as in automated manufacturing.
Case Study: Using 3D printing to make casting cores reduced costs by 50% - 3DChimera

Case Study: Using 3D printing to make casting cores reduced costs by 50%

3D printing has started a new trend in the R&D industry.  Projects that were once outsourced are now being taken on internally. 
Case Study: 40,000 3D Printed Parts for Automotive Clients With German RepRap x400 and x350 3D Printers

Case Study: 40,000 3D Printed Parts for Automotive Clients With German RepRap x400 and x350 3D Printers

Since 2013, Mr. Pazulla has been leveraging the capabilities of 3D printing technology. Shortly after starting his company, Mr. Pazulla saw an opportunity to begin offering additive manufacturing (AM) services. However, milling machines were very expensive to buy. This is when he discovered the benefits of 3D printing
Case Study: 3D Printing and Reverse Engineering Reduces Development Costs for a Label Placement Tool

Case Study: 3D Printing and Reverse Engineering Reduces Development Costs for a Label Placement Tool

Design engineering company ReitlingerEngineering GmbH+Co. KG, Weinstadt-Endersbach, was able to use reverse engineering and 3D printing to develop a labelling tool to aid in label placement on their product.  This produced a flexible, fast and inexpensive solution compared to alternative methods.