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Child mannequin
Full-colour hand
Full-colour hand Image

Technical specifications:

Printed with the PolyJet Matrix technology on the Stratasys® J750 by Seido Systems.

 

Technology highlights:

Polyjet models are smooth beautiful and ready to handle without additional curing or post-processing. By doubling the number of nozzles in the Stratasys J750 printheads an increased throughput is realized in combination with ultra-smooth surfaces and fine details with a layer thickness as fine as 14µm – about half the width of a human skin cell. By loading up to six materials at once, the Polyjet technology is able to produce true, full-color parts with texture mapping and color gradients or producing multi material parts with improved mechanical properties by the use of digital materials.

 

Information and use cases:

If seeing is believing, holding something this real is knowing for sure. The Stratasys J750 delivers unrivaled aesthetic performance to your brightest ideas and boldest ambitions, including true, full-color capability with texture mapping and color gradients. Create prototypes that look, feel and operate like the finished products.

With the capability to blend colored, clear and flexible materials voxel by voxel, the J750 can create multi-material models such as surgical-planning models that save lives, shorten operation time and improve the patient’s recovery. Other applications include prototypes with final-product colour, labels and realism; accurate anatomical models for medical device testing; tools, parts and prototypes in a wide range of colours and material characteristics, all in an easy, streamlined 3D-printing workflow.

Child’s head
Child’s head Image

Technical specifications:
Printed in DSM Somos® Watershed XC 11122 using Stereolithography (SLA) technology.

Technology highlights:
As one of the industry’s most popular materials, Somos® WaterShed XC 11122 is the obvious solution for numerous applications. Whether you’re a designer looking for highly detailed parts with superior clarity and water resistance, or an engineer focusing on durability for functional testing, Somos® WaterShed XC 11122 mimics the look and feel of clear thermoplastics, such as ABS and PBT.

Information and use cases:
Somos® Watershed XC 11122 was used to create a 3D printed inlet manifold that allowed one of the world’s leading automotive engine manufacturers, Rausch Yates Engines, to test the design durability. In addition, the clarity allowed them to see fuel build-up during testing which enables design changes to be made prior final part production. This has provided Rausch Yates with a competitive edge and shortened their development cycle.

Smaller versions of the child
Smaller versions of the child Image

Technical specifications:

Combination of FDM 3D-printing, laser cutting and post-processing.

Technology highlights:

By combining 3D-printing, laser cutting and traditional methods and materials, true freedom of creation is achieved. FDM-printing is a low-cost solution for many applications – in prototyping as well as for useful end-products.

Information and use cases:

Howest conceived a small DIY version of the child of the Family of the Future. Standard off-the-shelf parts and customized items joined together for a fully customized result, but suited to make small series. This results in unlimited creativity and solutions for any challenge.

Modular toy robot
Modular toy robot Image

Technical specifications:

All parts are printed with the FDM technology on a basic home 3D-printer.

Information and use cases:

The parts were designed in such a way that minimal support material would be needed in order to build them properly. Thanks to this design solution, the parts are as good as ready to play with once they are taken off the build platform.
With this we could help children come into contact with 3D-printing in a playful and engaging way.

Personalized shoe lace locks
Personalized shoe lace locks Image

Technical specifications:

Polyamide, dyed and powdershot blasted with a dirt and water resistant coating.

Technology highlights:

This part was created using the fully automated Dimension4 supply chain platform for personalized 3D-printed products. Thanks to the built-in optimization algorithms of the platform, the part was manufactured quickly and very cost effectively (less than 1 euro), with near-zero human intervention. The part itself is made from a strong and flexible polymer (PA2200) that was treated to be water and dirt resistant.
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Information and use cases:

The shoe lock is a product that beautifully demonstrates the potential of 3D-printing for end consumer products. With products like these and an efficient, automated supply chain, online retailers can now easily sell personalized goods. Thanks to 3D-printing, no stock is needed and each product can be made available in different variations without a cost penalty.

Smartwatch casing: frame and back cover
Smartwatch casing: frame and back cover Image

Technical specifications:

The frame was 3D-printed in Titanium and post-processed by Raytech using SLM technology. The back cover was 3D-printed in Resin using SLA technology.

Technology highlights:

The smartwatch configurator runs on Twikit’s engine enabling live customization on any digital platform. The frame is built by Twikit’s advanced parametric product builder where all further customization boundaries are determined. After the configuration is set, the unique 3D file of the watch is automatically generated and linked to Raytech’s production unit where it will be 3D-printed and finished carefully. The combination of the unlimited design variations and the quality of titanium 3D-printing results in a new way of making products.

Information and use cases:

Where smartphones have cases available in different colors and shapes, the smartwatch is limited to the color and material of its casing or wristband. As a smartwatch is a young product, companies are still exploring the customers demands and carefully picking safe combinations of shapes and styles. With Twikit’s parametric customization engine and Raytech’s premium quality metal printing this is about to change. The outer frame, which used to be uniform within different smartwatch brands, can now range from a classic design to a more sportive look, printed with high accuracy in durable and light-weight titanium. The design is adjustable in an intuitive interface, that can easily be implemented in e-commerce platforms or POS applications.

e-NABLE prosthetic hand
e-NABLE prosthetic hand Image

Technical specifications:

Printed using FDM technology in PLA (polylactic acid).

Technology highlights:

Developed collaboratively by people all around the world, the e-NABLE hand is designed with ease of printing and assembly in mind.

Information and use cases:

From two men working together across 10,000 miles to help one child in need – to a global revolution and movement of thousands of digital humanitarians who are helping thousands of others and paying it forward: e-NABLE is a platform for providing 3D-printed hands to children in need. Accessible, cost effective, and colorful. All to improve their life, provide an aide that will give them more flexibility, boost their self-esteem. It is a platform of volunteers, some with medical background, some with a background in 3D design and printing, all with a drive to help people. The wonderful and ever growing e-NABLE Community of volunteers are using their 3D-printers to create free devices for children and adults with upper limb differences.

Soft wearable wristband - interval meter demonstrator
Soft wearable wristband - interval meter demonstrator Image

Technical specifications:

Stencil printing of liquid metal on SMD components embedded in silicone rubber.

Technology highlights:

This wristband showcases a hybrid soft circuit, meaning traditional rigid components were combined with soft conductive paths in a silicone matrix to attain an assembly which is soft and stretchable as a whole. The extraordinary part of this demonstrator lies with the fact that it is a fully embedded device. It encompasses a coin cell (power), logic unit (microprocessor), input (touch pad) and output (indicator led’s). In addition, all components where combined in a single production step.

Information and use cases:

The wristband’s program functions as an interval meter. Its envisioned context is that of a runner who wants to keep a steady pace. These kinds of devices are not new at all. The point of interest lies with its implementation. We already have seen devices which bend (commercial phase) and stretch (research and spin-offs). This device represents the next wave: soft electronics which can be implemented even more conformable to their environment than ever before. It is a fully integrated soft, stretchable device in context of the PhD thesis of Steven Nagels at IMO-IMOMEC. Main applications areas are human-computer interaction, bio sensing and soft robotics.

deltaRocket Pro
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Technical specifications:

High-quality FDM-printer according to delta principle with autocalibration. Layer thickness from 80 to 300 micron and positional accuracy from 0.1 mm. Print head with unique magnets suspension.

Technology highlights:

During the development, sustainability (e. g. linear guides), quality (delta principle, autocalibration) and ease of use (e. g. heated bed) were the main parameters taken into account. Hence the choice for a delta FDM printer. The print head is attached by means of solenoids to reduce backlash to a minimum. This also increases the print speed. Due to the heated print bed, several types of material can be used (PLA, ABS, PETG, etc.). Thanks to the autocalibration, the printer is truly plug-and-play, and can be controlled by USB or SD Card.

Information and use cases:

The printer was developed to be durable, user-friendly and of a superior quality. A plug-and-play printer that delivers the desired accurate results every time, with fully automatic calibration for each printout. The open design and reliability makes the printer a perfect fit for educational use as well.

Velleman Vertex Delta
Velleman Vertex Delta Image

Technical specifications:

A low-cost yet high-quality tripod FDM-printer, with a layer resolution of 0.05 mm to 0.2 mm. The printer has a print speed of 20 – 75 mm/s and boasts an automatically calibrated print bed.

Technology highlights:

The Vertex Delta is an all-round and reliable 3D-printer designed to print refined objects for your projects.

Aside from the excellent print quality and user-friendliness, the Vertex Delta also comes with a lot of innovative perks to make your 3D-printing experience more engaging and pleasant. Advanced safety features, a filament run out detector and automatic calibration and bed compensation are only a few of the latest technological additions. This Vertex comes as a hybrid kit which means that after a straightforward and quick assembly, your Delta 3D-printer is ready to serve you.

Information and use cases:

Velleman wanted their Vertex Delta to have a new edge and an acceptable price; aside from the fundamental requirements like the excellent print quality and its reliability, this 3D-printer has a lot of other innovative perks.

Child mannequin
Full-colour hand Image
Full-colour hand
Technical specifications: Printed with the PolyJet Matrix technology on the Stratasys® J750 by Seido Systems.   Technology highlights: Polyjet models are smooth beautiful and ready to handle without ... Lees meer
Child’s head Image
Child’s head
Technical specifications: Printed in DSM Somos® Watershed XC 11122 using Stereolithography (SLA) technology. Technology highlights: As one of the industry’s most popular materials, ... Lees meer
Smaller versions of the child Image
Smaller versions of the child
Technical specifications: Combination of FDM 3D-printing, laser cutting and post-processing. Technology highlights: By combining 3D-printing, laser cutting and traditional methods and materials, true freedom of c... Lees meer
Modular toy robot Image
Modular toy robot
Technical specifications: All parts are printed with the FDM technology on a basic home 3D-printer. Information and use cases: The parts were designed in such a way that minimal support material would be needed i... Lees meer
Personalized shoe lace locks Image
Personalized shoe lace locks
Technical specifications: Polyamide, dyed and powdershot blasted with a dirt and water resistant coating. Technology highlights: This part was created using the fully automated Dimension4 supply chain platform fo... Lees meer
Smartwatch casing: frame and back cover Image
Smartwatch casing: frame and back cover
Technical specifications: The frame was 3D-printed in Titanium and post-processed by Raytech using SLM technology. The back cover was 3D-printed in Resin using SLA technology. Technology highlights: The smartwatc... Lees meer
e-NABLE prosthetic hand Image
e-NABLE prosthetic hand
Technical specifications: Printed using FDM technology in PLA (polylactic acid). Technology highlights: Developed collaboratively by people all around the world, the e-NABLE hand is designed with ease of printing... Lees meer
Soft wearable wristband - interval meter demonstrator Image
Soft wearable wristband - interval meter demonstrator
Technical specifications: Stencil printing of liquid metal on SMD components embedded in silicone rubber. Technology highlights: This wristband showcases a hybrid soft circuit, meaning traditional rigid component... Lees meer
deltaRocket Pro Image
deltaRocket Pro
Technical specifications: High-quality FDM-printer according to delta principle with autocalibration. Layer thickness from 80 to 300 micron and positional accuracy from 0.1 mm. Print head with unique magnets suspension. ... Lees meer
Velleman Vertex Delta Image
Velleman Vertex Delta
Technical specifications: A low-cost yet high-quality tripod FDM-printer, with a layer resolution of 0.05 mm to 0.2 mm. The printer has a print speed of 20 – 75 mm/s and boasts an automatically calibrated print bed. Te... Lees meer