Anubis 3D had produced for the automotive industry and OEMs a wide variety of components made from a range of versatile plastics. The advantage of using 3D printing is the lighter weight than the conventionally manufactured metal counterparts reducing the overall weight and production cost of a car.
Additive manufacturing allows designers to test different design iterations at the same time, make changes, decisions during the stages of developing new models. This process shortens the development cycle and reduces cost tremendously.
3D printing is commonly used for prototypes, design validation and functional testing. However, the tooling for automation of assembly lines is rapidly growing because of the fast turnaround, lightweight aspect, design freedom to produce complex assembles, fast change over with minimal downtime, and a massive decrease in cost.
Components we manufacture for the Automotive Industry include
- Jigs and Fixtures
- Spray masks
- Quick change tools
- Prototypes for fit and function
- Head rest brackets
- Models and assemblies for trade shows
- Pick N Place Tools