Towards responsibility and sustainability? Three reasons to get interested in industrial 3D printing!

Blog // Published August 3, 2022

Responsibility, environmental friendliness and sustainable development are topics that every company should be interested in today. There are many benefits to industrial-grade metal and plastic 3D printing, including cost-effectiveness, time savings and greater design freedom. One less talked about benefit is the environmental friendliness of 3D printing, so we decided to write more on the subject. In this blog post, we share three reasons why 3D printing is a greener choice than other manufacturing methods.

What is industrial 3D printing with SLS and DMLS?

Blog // Published June 30, 2022

What is 3D printing with SLS? What is DMLS? Today, 3D printing is used in almost all sectors, including automotive, aerospace, marine, textiles, jewellery, construction, pharmaceuticals, metal, and engineering. How does industrial 3D printing differ from 3D printing at home? Is it worth printing the parts yourself or choosing a partner? In this blog post, we take a moment to go back to the basics!

Profitable spare parts business with 3D printing

Blog // Published June 14, 2022

Welcome to the new, greener spare parts industry — digital spare parts are here to stay. We are happy to say goodbye to spare parts warehouses, which tie up millions in capital, and replace them with needs-based 3D printing. What is this all about?

Three reasons to invest in post-treatment for 3D printing

Blog // Published March 8, 2022

There is far too little talk about post-treatment of 3D prints. However, it not only makes the part or product better, it also helps it stand out from the competition in the market. As 3D printing is increasingly used in many companies, a basic level is no longer sufficient. As more and more printed parts are used as end products, their appearance, durability and features are becoming increasingly important. In this blog, we give you three reasons why you should use post-treatment.

Quality in 3D printing? This is how we ensure it.

Blog // Published January 13, 2022

Are 3D printed parts of high quality and durability? That is a question that many people are still asking. At this point, it is important to remember that home 3D printing and industrial 3D printing are two different things. We manufacture a variety of parts for different companies and for very demanding needs – from prototypes to finished products and spare parts. It is therefore clear that the parts must be of very high quality. What does quality assurance at 3D Formtech mean?

Three tips for designing 3D prints

Blog // Published July 1, 2021

If you, as a designer, are used to the fact that complexity is like a red rag to a bull because you have to design different components with their feasibility for production in mind, 3D printing will let you unleash your creativity. In this blog, we’ll give you three tips for you to consider when designing 3D prints or when you are interested in getting started!

Breaking out of the mould: 3D printing brings manufacturing to the 2020s

Blog // Published May 26, 2021

Is 3D printing for intricate components only? It’s true that 3D printing allows you to create even the most intricate geometric shapes, but you will also find 3D printed components in – places like Airbus’ turbo-jet engines – so, no, 3D printing is not just for intricate parts. It offers unlimited opportunities to any manufacturing company that uses plastic or metal in some way. So, what’s holding us up or preventing us from using it more?

Securing better supply and quality in 3D printing, but how?

Blog // Published May 12, 2021

Industrial 3D printing offers companies unlimited opportunities that they can capitalise on more effectively than before. Why did we decide to invest in new equipment and what benefits does it offer our customers? Keep reading and we’ll tell you.

Interested in 3D printing metal? Here’s how to get started

Blog // Published December 1, 2019

The jump from traditional production methods to 3D printing metal is not a big one. Why and how to take that jump? Read more!

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