For its mosquito bollards, Qista 3D prints a small technical part that has a complex structure. This essential part will act as a connector between the counter board of the machine, and the fan that is located in the cap of the mosquito bollard. A simple and efficient system for customers who no longer have to make the connection themselves.
This piece is printed on a Stream Ultra in PLA, a biodegradable polymer of vegetable origin which is in line with their desire to protect the environment. This material is also an advantage in terms of lightness and resistance.
3D printing allows custom and local printing, directly in their workshops in Provence. On top of that, it brings agility to the design of this part in-house. This represents a real gain of time, of reactivity, an economy in the realization and a step more in the Made In France.