Andritz Kaiser uses UltiMaker S5 3D Printers and carbon fibre-reinforced nylon 3D printing material to replace the metal parts of its enormous stamping machines, creating more than 150 machine components, such as brackets and covers, reducing the amount of metal used directly - and vastly reducing the weight.
Trivium, a leading manufacturing company, has found a revolutionary solution to a common problem. By utilising the cutting-edge UltiMaker S5 and the high-performance carbon fibre reinforced nylon filament, Trivium has successfully created a replacement for a worn-out conveyor ring screw that was no longer available for purchase.
Gerhard Schubert GMbH uses UltiMaker 3D printing technology to develop custom-ordered parts for its top-loading packaging machines. They created a way for the packaging line to produce multiple different formats on the same machine without needing to rebuild the complete machine.
Kawasaki has found an innovative solution to protect their wheel hubs during transportation by utilising the UltiMaker S5 Pro Bundles and Ultimaker ABS material. They have created a customised cover using UltiMaker 3D printing technology that safeguards the wheel hubs when the production line workers need to move the wheel around the assembly lines.
Heineken, a world renowned beverage company, has embraced UltiMaker cutting-edge 3D printing technology to optimise their production process. By leveraging the advanced capabilities of the UltiMaker S5 printer and utilising the flexible TPU material, Heineken has successfully developed conveyor belt "bumpers" / pack spinners that efficiently guide glass bottles into position on pallets for seamless transportation.