As 3D printing grows, applications are being discovered for 3D printers in industrial robotics, as companies begin to adopt the technology for the way it can be added to processes to solve relevant manufacturing processes. It provides designers with the freedom to add new functionality to their creations. That, and end users can customize a robot for their specific needs. Ranging from humanoid robots to four-legged robots to even insectoid automatons, the field of robotics is booming thanks to additive manufacturing.

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Work Done by us

3D Printed Robotic Body

  • Technology: FDM
  • Material: ABS
  • The client requirement was to create a robotic body that could move across the office floor, following a pre-determined path allowing people to drop things in the storage of the robot. The entire body and the base of the robot was 3D Printed

Drone Prototyping

  • Technology: Markforged
  • Material: Onyx re-enforced with Carbon fiber
  • We made drone prototypes for our clients in high strength materials such as Onyx re-enforced with Carbon fiber so that they could test the prototype version of their drone

Robotic Arm Prototype

  • Technology: FDM
  • Material: PLA
  • Aim was to develop a small scale prototype of a robotic arm that could pick up and drop things at a particular location

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