Aeronautics, design, medical, sports, automotive, marine, etc...
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They're breaking new ground with 3D printing!
To sum up:
Decathlon/Wedze uses 3D printing to produce and validate winter sports equipment: custom-made parts to insert pressure sensors, as well as tests on ankle protectors.
Bernadet internalizes the production of its tooling thanks to additive manufacturing. One station comprises 11 3D-printed parts, and is part of a semi-automatic production line with a total of 147 parts.
M-Orthopédie makes custom-made insoles, hamstring lifters, heel cups and shin guards.
● MODEL MAKING:
A-S-A was able to faithfully reproduce the famous Rafale fighter jet at 1/6 scale. It takes to the skies at speeds of up to 280 km/h, and over 50 of its components are 3D printed.
Lyf Design prints customizable lamps in 3D. In the near future, Mr. Regagnon, founder of Lyf-Design, plans to print his customizable lamps using locally collected plastic.
Hervé Ghirlandaarchitect, produced some thirty 3D-printed models of his various projects. These scale models, combined with 3D virtual immersion software, enabled him to stand out in his presentations.
● SNOWBOARD :
Blackline has created a rotating, connected snowboard binding to improve snowboarders' comfort on the flat and in chairlifts, using prototypes produced by 3D printing.
Le CNRSengineers and students have worked to make a radio antenna for nanosatellites autonomous. It can now track and communicate with satellites, while being remotely controlled.
● AUTOMOTIVE RESTORATION:
Phénix Retro Concept and the alpines auto racing workshop use industrial processes such as foundry and resin casting, now coupled with additive manufacturing to create parts for vintage vehicles not retroengineered.
EMM offers its customers the possibility of 3D printing parts in small series, enabling manufacturers to test new products, before launching molds, by marketing products made by 3D printing.
La Ferme 3D© printed the 50 cm-long icon of the city of Nîmes. High-speed printing profiles made it possible to print 1.2 Kg of material in a single day, on a single printer.
Mc Clic has created revolutionary drones capable of eliminating palm weevils. The drones release biological powder into the heart of the palm trees, avoiding the use of chemicals and a tedious task.
● MEDICAL LABORATORIES:
Cerballiance Côte d’Azur has created an interface for adapting automation in laboratories. The automatons sort samples by cap and label color, so that they can be positioned neatly and tidily on the racks.
Ecap93 prints and sells personalized "ElasTrainers" with custom paddles and grips. The "ElasTrainer" allows you to train dry wherever you are, but also to warm up or learn technique without risk.
CamGau has created an electric propulsion system suitable for "pointus". Numerous parts printed with Volumic 3D printers are used for this device, including the propeller.
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