In collaboration with The Institute of Power Engineering in Warsaw, we explored possibilities of 3D printing to produce the necessary seals, providing a cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution. Our DIW technology aligns with evolving global energy policy and has gained recognition for its potential in decarbonizing industry and transport.
We extensively tested the 3D Printer F-NIS 23151, producing a calyx suction cup and evaluating its performance with robotic arms. This innovation enhances suction capabilities, allowing the gentle transportation of delicate items without causing damage. It marks a new chapter in manufacturing and production line dynamics.
Approaching the challenge meticulously, the Soft Gripper, crafted by F-NIS 23151, guarantees both grip stability during transit and gentle yet effective pressure application to safeguard fragile cargo. We're exploring uncharted territory in complex geometries, reshaping the landscape of soft robotics and production lines.
F-NIS 23151 revolutionizes seal production with 3D printing, offering precision and adaptability. We meet specific industry demands, from laboratory glassware to foundry mold. With an unwavering commitment to innovation, we are setting precision, customization, and efficiency standards.