BOBST and Sauber Technologies have announced a new technology partnership. A multi-year strategic agreement between the two Swiss innovation leaders will see Sauber Technologies supply state-of-the-art 3D printed parts, engineering, and development for BOBST’s inkjet label presses and support future developments.

Design freedom in additive manufacturing reduces carbon footprint of gripper solutions in the automotive sector by around 80 percent

Decentralized production and optimized factory planning using digital twins reduce CO2 emissions during production and transport
3D printing with biodegradable materials reduces pollution

Production tools are one of the applications where additive manufacturing (AM) truly shines. One illustrative example of this is the redesign of a suction gripper that lights light, cylindrical objects in a series production system. The redesign, in which Materialise worked closely with the customer, resulted in several significant improvements. To name but one: manufacturing costs per gripper were halved.

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