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In-house 3D printing facilitate the production of end-use high precision tools, gijs and fixtures for your factory floor, reducing downtime and increasing production efficiency.

BCN3D Printers in Manufacturing

Use cases in Manufacturing Industry

The Epsilon W50 at Saint-Gobain

In-house 3D printed tooling brings an efficiency overhaul to Saint-Gobain’s production line

We visited industry-leading manufacturer Saint-Gobain in its facilities in L’Arboç, Barcelona. Since 2019, the incorporation of 3D printing across its shop floor has saved the company around 170.000€ and reduced lead times of its tooling by 93%. The 3D printed parts take the shape of tools, jigs, and fixtures and perform applications for anything from positioning to quality control.

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Iterative design with 3D printing gives TwoNav’s GPS devices steadfast reliability

Outdoor equipment manufacturer TwoNav is experiencing a more flexible, iterative design process, a quicker time to market, and a reduction in expenses since incorporating 3D printing. The company is not only using BCN3D’s technology for designing, prototyping, and end-use parts, but also for tooling in and around their production line.

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Iterative design process

Replique and BASF Forward AM’s food safe 3D printing process for Miele

German 3D printing platform Replique and BASF Forward AM’s material experts are working together to create parts for home appliances manufacturer Miele, using a food safe 3D printing process for parts in contact with consumable goods. IDEX technology ensured a fast-tracked, profitable process for this low volume batch production.

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Nissan is ahead of the curve with a dynamic implementation of 3D printed tools, jigs and fixtures in its assembly lines

Automotive giant Nissan is relying on a small farm of BCN3D printers in its Barcelona factory to fabricate 700 tools, jigs, and fixtures in its car assembly lines so far. We developed a digital library for you to see the specifications of each part. On a tour of their facilities, Trim & Chassis Manufacturing Kaizen Engineer Enric Ridao and Manager of Maintenance & Engineering Facilities Carlos Rellán told us all about their immense savings in time and costs: reducing one week to one day, and costs to 20 times less.

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Print farm in the Pilot Plant

The CIM UPC step up their game with an army of BCN3D printers and Smart Cabinets

With the implementation of a small print farm of BCN3D printers and Smart Cabinets, the CIM UPC has accomplished a radical transformation of the way they produce end-use applications. Experts in the field of additive manufacturing technologies, the CIM UPC team have found the Epsilon series printers with Smart Cabinet to be the most valuable solution for both low-volume batch production and big parts.

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Tecalum Industrial: Remarkable time and cost savings in the industrial sector thanks to 3D printed tooling

For Tecalum Industrial, implementing 3D printing into their day-to-day activities resulted in a great return on investment. Not only they significantly reduced the cost of producing customized tooling, jigs, and fixtures but they also save a remarkable amount of time by fabricating these parts in-house.

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BCN3D Tecalum tooling 3D printing factory industrial
BCN3D Tensabelt 3D printing tooling manufacturing jigs

Dlimit: achieving maximum efficiency thanks to 3D printed tooling

Dlimit has revolutionized its workflow since incorporating 3D printing to fabricate 100% functional customized tooling, which enables them to maximize efficiency, reducing a significant amount of time and costs in their production process of queue management systems.

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BORN Motor: 3D printed motorcycle parts for time and cost savings

BORN Motor customizes high-quality deconstructed motorcycles and is using 3D printing for manufacturing final parts instead of traditional processes, saving €2,000 for each motorcycle modified.

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IDEX Technology for low volume batch production: Doubling productivity at the BCN3D Print Farm

BCN3D has proven that additive manufacturing is the most cost-effective solution for producing low volume batches, including 47 3D printed plastic pieces in each manufactured 3D printer.

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