3D Printing

Electronics and Robotics

Digitalization is taking over the manufacturing world, forcing traditional fossil-fueled methods out of the way and improving the flexibility of processes globally.3D printing is one of the Robotics applications, automates the most tedious and repetitive tasks by cutting costs and improving turnaround time. At the same time, 3D printing enables the agile manufacturing of various types of robots and their components as well. The layer-by-layer deposition process in 3D printing allows sensors, antennas, and other functional electronics to be printed directly onto plastic components, metal surfaces, and even glass panels and ceramic materials. Using 3D printing, engineers were able to quickly and cheaply test concepts and establish project parameters, rather than relying fully on methods of outsourced fabrication, which were slower and more costly.