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We are your
3D printing partners

We offer you custom solutions for your applications. 
With our state-of-the-art 3D printers, we offer you the highest quality and flexibility. 

Overcome the design and production boundaries with us and break new ground in industrial manufacturing together.

Your advantages

Benefit from the advantages of additive manufacturing when prototypes and series components are needed. Streamline and speed up processes and get the most out of your
freedom of design!

Cost advantage

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Time saving

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Risk reduction

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Individualization

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Design freedom

Applications

Additive manufacturing offers a wide range
of possible applications. 

Small series

Our HP MJF printer is ideal for producing small series (100 - 5,000 pieces). Here, additive manufacturing scores particularly well through extremely short delivery times and undisputed component quality in terms of balanced mechanical properties. 

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Functional parts

Theoretically, any 3D geometry can be produced using additive manufacturing. This means that the production of many individual elements can often be dispensed with. Even moving parts can be manufactured within a fixed geometry.

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Prototypes

When producing prototypes, the underlying data should be converted into workpieces as quickly and without detours as possible. The more similar the prototype is to the original part, the better you can test your products in advance. 

Why us?

Our experience makes us think sustainably.
Our extensive knowledge brings you efficiency.

With our support, starting with choosing the right 3D printing technology, through the 3D printing-friendly development of your components right through to the production of your components, you can benefit from the many advantages of 3D printing.

Thanks to our comprehensive quality assurance  and professional equipment, high-precision parts are produced at all times.

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What is additive manufacturing?

Additive manufacturing (AM) – also widely referred to as 3D printing – is a manufacturing process in which a material is built up layer by layer to produce a solid body. This principle makes it possible to realize complex geometries. 

 

Commonly used materials are plastic, synthetic resin, metal or ceramic.

 

However, additive manufacturing and “3D printing” cannot be equated: While 3D printing describes the production of a component using a 3D printer, additive manufacturing is much more comprehensive and includes the entire process: from 3D printing-optimized design and development to prototype construction towards series production using 3D printing. 

Your options

Individualized products
 

More and more individual products are required, which often leads to a lot of additional work in production, for example when setting up or reprogramming systems. 

 

Theoretically, with additive manufacturing, each component can differ from the previous one without incurring any additional effort on the system. This therefore has a drastic impact on the manufacturing costs. 

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Complex geometries
 

Due to the layer-by-layer structure in additive manufacturing processes, restrictions that occur with conventional manufacturing processes can be completely ignored and thus enable a much more flexible and complex structure of component geometries.

Functional integration
 

Theoretically, any 3D geometry can be produced using additive manufacturing. This means that the production of many individual elements can often be dispensed with. Even moving parts can be manufactured within a fixed geometry.

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Lightweight construction
 

Less weight saves resources, but these structures must also be manufacturable. This is where additive manufacturing comes into play because it offers the necessary design freedom to produce lightweight structures. Additive manufacturing allows a high degree of design freedom to recreate bionic structures.

Through topology optimization, we are able to derive suitable solutions for mechanical problems based on the structures that exist in nature and at the same time conserve resources.

SIEMENS TECHNOPARK

HANS-LOHER-STR. 32

94099 RUHSTORF A. D. ROTT

+49 162 6119833

office@desoodo.com

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