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In-house desktop 3D printing is used at universities for prototyping and functional testing, speeding up students creative process and turning conceptual designs into reality.

BCN3D Printers in Universities

Use cases in Universities Industry

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Hyperloop CHF’s train prototype with 3D printed parts goes for gold at the Hyperloop pod competition

We followed Hyperloop CHF’s journey of the creation of a high-speed subsonic train prototype to the 2021 Hyperloop Competition in Valencia. Using a BCN3D Epsilon W50, the team could quickly and efficiently 3D print molds and end-use parts in a variety of different materials.

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Elisava students design outside the box with 3D printing

At Elisava, Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, Undergraduate Degree students have been utilizing 3D printing as a way of exploring different design possibilities and tremendously speeding up their processes.

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Mountain rescue motorcycle with 3D printed parts.

ELISAVA Racing Team’s Mountain Rescue Motorcycle Taken to New Heights by 3D Printing

Elisava Racing Team are creating a fully electric, intelligent motorcycle equipped for mountain rescue in hostile terrains. Collaborating with us at BCN3D, 19 end-use parts were printed using 3D FFF technology in a variety of different technical materials and sizes.

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3D printing revolutionizes ETSEIB Motorsport workflow with the BCN3D Sigmax

ETSEIB Motorsport, one of the most experienced teams in the Formula Student competition, uses 3D printing to revolutionize their day-to-day operations.

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3D printing at Istituto Europeo di Design: Accelerating students’ creative thinking

IED, the Istituto Europeo di Design, is an international network of universities specialized in training, development and research in the disciplines of Management, Fashion, Design and Visual Communication.

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Accelerating stroke rehabilitation thanks to a customized 3D printed orthotic swimming fin

Two industrial designers from Barcelona have created a swimming fin to accelerate the rehabilitation of Pedro, a 16-year-old boy who suffered a stroke, which paralyzed half part of his body.

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