Para-athlete diver, Dmitry Pavlenko, got stronger lever with 10 times longer lifespan
The fixture for electric wheelchair drive was anisoprinted: 7 times lighter, 12 times faster, 3 times cheaper than the original part from steel; without the involvement of contractors.
Brightlands Materials Center, a Dutch research centre, has developed 3D printed composite parts with self-sensing functionality. Self-sensing creates opportunities to monitor critical structures in fields such as aerospace, construction, healthcare.
8 times weight reduction, 40% cost savings in comparison to metal tool, precise production timing
40% manufacturing costs decrease, 35% weight decrease, smart load-oriented reinforcement
Production downtime reduced from 3 months to 6 hours; the printed clevis has longer lifespan due to its resistance to peroxide hydrogen
Robotic legs: flexible prototyping, 70% weight reduction, 40% lower manufacturing costs