The surface finish can dictate the performance, integrity & service life of a component. And so, due the superior surface precision capabilities of H1K, based on Hybrid Manufacturing Technology, it can be deployed in many industrial and consumer applications.
The use of Hybrid Technology to produce prototypes that evaluate form, fit and/or function. And moreover, given its large build volume, one can print parts without having the need to make it in segments. Prototype tooling can be addressed too.
The use of Hybrid Technology to produce jigs, fixtures, casting patterns, forming tools and short-run production mould tooling better than the conventional additive manufacturing methods.
Low volume end-use parts can be produced with ease, whose finish is closer to the final required quality, without the need of secondary surface finishing operations.
Spare Parts, Maintenance and Repair:
The use of Hybrid Manufacturing Technology in producing legacy parts and for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) projects.
Customization and Personalisation
The use of Hybrid Technology to create custom products, either specific to the customer (personalized) or specified by the customer (customized).
Art, Design and Architecture
A broad category including the use of Hybrid Technology for creative projects, decor and architectural purposes.
The use of Hybrid Technology to unlock new design spaces resulting in optimized part performance.