Power of engineering

Additive manufacturing is the way to enhance the production efficiency of your company. Use HBOT 3D printing solutions across your processes to stay one step ahead of competitors.

Additive manufacturing has completely revolutionized the landscape of the industry.

The prospect of making light, durable, and fully functional parts has changed the approach to production in almost every sector. In comparison to conventional tools (e.g. CNC machines), 3D printers boast significantly lower costs and shorter lead times, and these are not the only benefits you achieve.

Layer by layer and the thing is done

The HBOT 3D F300 printer is an FDM technology device, what means that three dimensional objects are made layer by layer with thermoplastic materials. This technology boasts prints with low production costs and high durability and reproducibility. FDM is most often picked to make prototypes, mockups and reference models in the design stage of production. It is also used to manufacture molds, short batches of final products, tools, spare parts, and custom products.

Higher productivity

HBOT 3D gives you complete freedom in manufacturing the designed elements, regardless of their complex structure and number. It can be utilised to produce tools, covers, and grippers that support operators in technological processes. Rapid production of spare parts (even if they will be quickly replaced by original parts, e.g. made of metal) ensures there is no downtime on the production line.

Cost reduction

Replacing a mold or a prototype which to date has been manufactured from metal, when feasible, with a 3D-printed model from a thermoplastic material makes the cost several dozen times lower, and the production time significantly shorter. Moreover, having a HBOT 3D industrial printer means fewer spare parts stored in the warehouse, they can be manufactured when needed.

Production optimization

The faster you introduce a product into the market, the higher the profits and the competitive advantage. The design stage is key. Constructors and designers test the ergonomics and dimensions of their prototypes. They then implement improvements and upgrade the product. A prototype should be a perfect representation of the design in terms of its dimensions, shape, and even finish. If it is produced quickly, it has a major impact on shortening the production cycle, and in turn, the time it takes to deliver the finished products to the market.