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10 Customizable Settings on the Sintratec Kit - 3DChimera

10 Customizable Settings on the Sintratec Kit

Many of our customers ask about the customizable settings on the Sintratec Kit.  Usually, they are working on some top secret project, so we don't have all the details, but we know lots of amazing things are being made with the Sintratec Kit and it's open material capability.
Additive Manufacturing with the German RepRap x500 for Customized Ride Comfort - 3DChimera

Additive Manufacturing with the German RepRap x500 for Customized Ride Comfort

Using the German RepRap x500 3D printer speeds up development processes for functional structural components at Sika Automotive. A wide variety of customizable solutions also offer the company new possibilities in terms of materials and designs.

Case Study: Footwear Polytechnic: new product development opportunities with German RepRap x400 3D Printer

Case Study: Footwear Polytechnic: new product development opportunities with German RepRap x400 3D Printer

In September 2016, the Footwear Polytechnic of Riviera del Brenta, institute of excellence in the footwear industry, launched FFlab – a digital laboratory specializing on new 3D scanning and 3D printing technologies.
Case Study: The GRR x400 outperforms its competition in printing with polypropylene - 3DChimera

Case Study: The GRR x400 outperforms its competition in printing with polypropylene

The head of research and development, Benjamin Wolf recalls, “We have been using 3D Printing and rapid prototyping for a long time now, however, the stereo lithography equipment available at the beginning was of no use to us due to the limited selection of materials- we wanted to print with a material that would match the final product as closely as possible.” 
Case Study: In Search of the Production Processes of Our Time

Case Study: In Search of the Production Processes of Our Time

With the help of the German RepRap x1000 3D printer RWTH Aachen is analyzing the latest requirements of industry for additive manufacturing. Due to the rapid development of new additive manufacturing processes, industry is facing new challenges. 
Case Study: When supplier cancels tooling change, company 3D Prints 40,000 parts in-house to avoid time delay

Case Study: When supplier cancels tooling change, company 3D Prints 40,000 parts in-house to avoid time delay

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