Integrate additive manufacturing effectively into your SME and save costs.

As a printing press manufacturer with over 150 years of experience, we know classic mechanical engineering inside out. As an innovation driver, we explore new paths in a focused manner in order to continuously improve our products.

We have been successfully using additive manufacturing at manroland Goss for years. This enables us, for example, to shorten delivery times, save tooling costs, and further develop old components in a customer-specific way. To express this in figures: we currently procure around 2,500 3D printed individual parts for our own presses every year.

We want to share this knowledge with you. Using "AM Design Solutions" we bundle our competences around additive manufacturing and design methods. Learn about our two new services below: 3D Scan & Reverse Engineering Solutions and our individual Training & Workshop Programme.

As your partner, we offer you practical know-how, advice on expanding your supply chain, analysis of your parts portfolio, pre-in and post-processing as well as quality assurance. Reach the next level in additive manufacturing with us!

"Many of our customers say: "3D printing has been on our agenda for a long time. But we simply don't have time for it in our day-to-day business. In addition, many colleagues are very sceptical about the real benefits." This is exactly where we are able to support you. Because we know the pitfalls from our own experience. We provide our customers with the practical knowledge and support them in implementing additive processes", Björn Hansen, Additive Manufacturing | Head of AM

3D Scan & Reverse Engineering Solutions –
What's it about and how do you benefit?

What are the typical problems?
Excessively long delivery times, supply bottlenecks for raw materials or high tool costs make it difficult for you to procure components.

How do we support you in your supply chain?
By digitally creating models of any component in a mechanical engineering context and sourcing 3D printed components.

How do you get a digital model from a physical component?
In the first step, we scan the relevant component and generate a digital data set for you that can be modified. In the next step, we sample this component for you in 3D printing. What is special about it? You define the technical boundary conditions by yourself!

What happens after the component has been sampled?
After approval of the sample, you are able to order the component printed in series. We support you with qualification and procurement.

Which components can be used as a basis?
Even if you have a component that shows signs of wear, we are able to digitally produce a reconstruction for you. All we need from you are the given dimensions!

How can the digital models be further used?
You are able to continue working with the data sets (.stl, .step or formats for SIEMENS NX) in your CAD system yourself or involve us for advice on procurement.


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