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The department of “Lightweight Polymer-Based Design” of the “Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus – Senftenberg” now has our latest large-format 3D printing technology at its disposal. The new Super Discovery 3D Printer Workstation unifies in a single machine, 3D printer with direct pellet extrusion and post-processing system using CNC milling technology.
Thanks to this technology, they significantly improve their research and development capacity, acquiring the ability for example to create prototypes without dependence on external companies, which greatly shortens lead times, as well as significantly reducing their cost.
ABB Zaragoza, now Hitachi ABB Power Grids, has acquired our industrial 3D printing technology, a machine that offers all the advantages of our large format direct extrusion 3D printers in a smaller and more compact format. A revolutionary machine capable of working with the most demanding technical thermoplastics in pellet format.
This multinational leader in electric power generation and industrial automation, thus reinforces its position as a leading technology company, in addition to revolutionizing its manufacturing and research processes, thanks to the additive manufacturing technology of our large format industrial 3D printers.
The University of Cádiz has chosen our industrial 3D printing systems for its new large format 3D printer.
We have designed and manufactured a 3D printer by direct pellet extrusion in a much smaller format than our Super Discovery 3D Printer.
The “El Olivillo” Business Transfer Center of the University of Cádiz already has our filament-based large-format 3D printing technology in its facilities.
A custom made machine with a 3D printing volume of 1 cubic meter.
Renault already has our large format 3D printing technology at its engine research and manufacturing facilities. Renault acquired our 3D printing system through the company Integral 3D Printing.
Thanks to additive manufacturing, Renault increases its prototyping and research capacity, in addition to looking for new ways of manufacturing, in which the engines of the future are more functional, light and efficient.
The important Belgian industrial group, Willy Naessens, leader in the construction and food sector, already has its large format 3D printing technology in its research and development department.
Thanks to the versatility of our industrial 3D printers, Willy Naessens, significantly increases its capacity for innovation, positioning itself even more as a leading company, committed to technology and technological development.
The Polytechnic University of Cartagena or UPCT already has our large format 3D printing technology. In this way they greatly expand and improve their development and research capacity thanks to the uses of this technology in fields such as prototyping and manufacturing of parts.
This new technology places the Polytechnic University of Cartagena at the top of the national education and research sector.
The Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium has chosen our industrial 3D printers for integration into the additive manufacturing laboratory of the Nayer technology campus, for its special features and print volume. In this way they have significantly increased their ability to create and innovate in parts and tests of new materials.
The Catholic University of Leuven is among the most prestigious in education and development technology in Europe and the world.
After a series of technical tests, the Faculty of Engineering Technology of this university has certified the technical capabilities of our printers.
“3D Cabins” Project
Navantia chose CNCBarcenas for the manufacture of their 3D Cabins project. The objective is the production of fully equiped ship cabins through the research and selection of the most suitable materials. CNC Bárcenas has designed and manufactured the Super Discovery 3D printer for Navantia, a large printer that works through direct pellet extrusion, allowing the manufacture of very large pieces needed for the shipbuilding sector.
The objective of the Adibuque project is to apply large format 3D printing technology to produce a set of selected elements for the naval sector. For this, the installation and testing in service of the final elements on ships under construction at the Bahía de Cádiz Shipyard is proposed, basing the development that will be carried out in the project on the requirements demanded in real programs. Adibuque improves the capacity of Navantia and the naval industry as a whole for the manufacture of complex elements contributing: reduction of the manufacturing period, lower labor costs, less work in machining and painting, increased productivity, cost savings , reduction of the time of collection of pieces, increase of the energetic efficiency of the manufacturing process and increase of the quality of the product, modernization of the productive process, etc.
UNEX is an independent European leading group specialized in insulating and flexible systems for the conduction, tying, fixing and signaling of cables and pipes in electrical, telecommunications, air conditioning and auxiliary services.
Within the framework of its constant research and product development effort, UNEX has chosen our large format 3D printing technology, our new all-in-one 3D printing and post-processing solution, a valuable tool for the new needs of Industry 4.0.
Our machine will allow them to significantly improve their capacity for innovation and creation of higher quality products.
The Technological Centre of Furniture and Wood of the Region of Murcia (CETEM), already has in its facilities our industrial 3D printers, which will allow them to increase their ability to create and develop parts through additive printing of large volume . Located in the town of Yecla, one of the most important furniture clusters of Spain.
Over the last 20 years CETEM has been promoting and implementing innovation and technological development in the Furniture Sector, making cetem the main business reference in the industry and becoming an important economic engine in the Murcia Region.
Its main objective is to promote and undertake activities, projects and services, innovative technology, to improve, promote and encourage the development and continuous improvement of companies in the sector of wood, furniture and related services, making them more competitive.
Founded in 1956, Nocu is dedicated to the production of patterns for foundry work, as well as prototypes and pieces of special design, in any size. Our production dedicated to the industry of naval propulsion, we embrace the whole industrial field: propellers, machinery, valves, bombs, machine-tools, dies, wind power, compressors, reducers, aeronautics, and in general any type of part that industrial sector demands.
“After an exhaustive study on the profitability of incorporating a 3D printer for the Department of prototypes of BSH Electrodomésticos España S.A., Montañana factory in Spain, we decided on the acquisition of the industrial 3D printing technology designed and manufactured by CNC Bárcenas. We manufacture large format pieces without additional assemblies, and in very similar materials to those that we can find in the industrial market, including high temperature technical materials. We are saving up to 70% of the cost currently invested in outsourcing of pieces and prototypes manufacturing. This gives us greater flexibility in design and it is no longer necessary to rule out ideas, we can now rule out parts and systems printed with the machine. Obviously with this savings we have quickly recovered our investment. Another great app is that we not only create pieces developed for products, we are also making tools in record time for our production lines. This system gives us flexibility to customize and ergonomically adapt the tools to each operator.”
Juan José Galindo Perez – Prototypes Area Manager at BSH Home Appliances Spain (Montañana)
This client of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, decided to use our industrial 3D printing system, as well as in other of our products and technologies to integrate it into his production process to repair all kinds of naval and industrial machinery.
The Salmerón Religious Art Workshop is a leading company in repair, reproduction, decoration, carving, etc. of religious pieces settled in the heart of La Mancha, in the town of Socuéllamos (Ciudad Real). In its permanent expansion and search for improvement and modernization of its creation systems acquired several of our systems.
CRYOSPHERA is an engineering company specializing in industrial refrigeration, energy efficiency and new technologies that offers its customers tailored solutions to optimize the productivity of their facilities, increase energy savings and control processes through intelligent monitoring systems.
The incorporation of a 3D printing team in the Research and Development Department allowed us to prototype rapidly and without outsourcing. Thanks to its high-volume printing we can print large parts of an electric motorbike and test them before moving on to manufacture in series.
This company, located in Madrid, has among its work machines a our large format 3D printer as a complement to its artistic and creative activities.