INDUSTRIES UTILIZING DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING (DfAM)
Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) process empowers engineers to create more intricate, parametric, generative and modular shapes in production using 3D printers, while reducing material consumption and production cost.
The aerospace industry has embraced 3D printing or additive production to streamline prototype designing and reduce wastage of materials.
3D printing through an integrated system enables optimized time, cost and accuracy alongside robust and secured platforms.
3D printing is bringing new opportunities in product design for the consumer goods industry.
The replication of human dentition has become simplified with the implementation of 3D printing.
The creation of human organs using 3D printing has revolutionized surgeries and prosthetics.
Tooling & Fixtures
The design of jigs and fixtures is done 4 times faster and with greater accuracy through 3D printing.
3D printing can create characters, props and sets for any production, be it a small music video or a big-budget movie.
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Our rich understanding of Additive Manufacturing technologies allows us to smoothly transition from the traditional manufacturing approach to an engineered-design solution for additive manufacturing.