Using the FFF (fused filament fabrication) process, prototypes, small series or individual components can be printed. Depending on the component and the required properties, plastics such as PLA, PETG, ASA and many other materials are processed. The maximum possible component size is 240 mm x 200 m x 200 mm (WxDxH).
For almost all mk profiles, individual end caps can be offered in 3D printing. Variants with partially or completely open T-slots, e.g. for the subsequent attachment of connecting parts, are possible. But also end caps in different colours or with a customer logo.
Cable clips can be printed in various designs for profile series 25, 40 and 50. The clips allow easy fastening of a wide variety of cable cross-sections and individual or multiple cables to the T-slot of the profiles.
Even with small batch sizes where injection moulding is not cost-effective due to the high tool costs, 3D printing can be a viable alternative. Possible products can be, for example, tailor-made covers, workpiece holders, mounting supports, signs in signal colours, components with customer logos, prototypes and much more. Batch sizes from one to several hundred pieces can be manufactured.
If the FFF process reaches its limits due to a too complex component geometry, high technical load capacity or other reasons, other processes can also be offered through partners.
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