Additive manufacturing technology opens up previously unimagined freedom for designers, enables customized production, reduces time-to-market and makes it easier to keep new products secret until publication. Products such as footwear and watches are now configured online and printed in retail outlets such as jewelry stores.
10. July 2020
Götti Dimension X allows a complete new individualisation. The system: a front, 3 sizes, 3 nose bridges and custom-made temples. The result: perfect wearing comfort thanks to eyesglasses with identity.
23. January 2020
Creativity and a dash of extravagance are required for a perfect appearance at Baselworld. This is why the luxury watch manufacturer Carl F. Bucherer came to my3dworld to showcase his watch collection in the best light alongside a unique shop window design with 3D subjects.
4. October 2018
The combination of additive manufacturing, 3D scanning and innovative customization software enables Tailored Fits AG to manufacture individual ski boots. An application which was illustrated in the Swiss AM Guide 18 and awarded at the AM Expo 18.
21. March 2018
ALPA Capaul & Weber AG develops high-end medium format cameras. Starting from customized lens shades, the company successfully implemented additive manufacturing in a step-wise manner into its product portfolio.
12. March 2018
Additive manufacturing is applied by Sonova AG for mass-customizing hearing aids. For a worldwide supply Sonova AG make use of a distributed production network consisting of several manufacturing facilities in different parts of the world.
29. January 2018
Materialise and Tailored Fits create the first completely digital supply chain for ski boots. The custom fit boots are produced based on 3D scans. The customization platform behind the solution is also paving the way for other customized 3D-printed consumer goods.
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The Swiss AM Guide presents innovative ideas and possibilities in the field of additive manufacturing based on real-world application examples. The Swiss AM Guide a publication of the AM Network Switzerland and pd|z of ETH Zurich.
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