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Our process starts with finding the optimal production technology for each project. Identifying customer needs, choosing the right additive technology, the best turnaround time, and achieving optimum costs are critical steps for the success our customers’ projects. In many cases, we have proposed hybrid solutions, either using multiple materials/technologies or a combination of additive and conventional fabrication processes.
Contact Anubis 3D today to discuss your low volume production needs and find out which technology options are a fit for your project.



  • Working with the Anubis 3D team, getting our expert advice, and experience makes realizing your ideas easier regardless of the industry.
  • Utilizing combined manufacturing strategies Hybrid Solutions for an improved manufacturing process.
  • Just in Time manufacturing JIT
  • Industrial 3D Printing Quality Assurance Approach for System, Material, and Process. Anubis 3D operates EOS Plastic sintering systems, that create the conditions for uniform repeatable and reliable part properties.
  • The only company offering UL-94 complaint Fire retardant material for the electronics industry
  • For automation, robotic and food contact applications we offer PA2200 that is biocompatible under EN ISO 10993-1 and USP/level VI/121°C, under the EU plastics directive 2002/72/EC (exception: alcoholic products)
  • Using a proactive approach process of First Article Inspection “FAI” to test fit and form or the need to do design modifications before commencing the full production
  • Customized detailed quote for every project. Our expert team inspects carefully all submitted parts for production to ensure, manufacturability and offer options for design optimization where applicable


3D printing is adaptable to low volume manufacturing and reduces the investment for scaling associated with traditional processes. The main advantages for using this leading-edge technology are:

  • Individually customize hundreds of parts or products in a single run
  • Test products quickly, make multiple design iterations at the same time
  • Launch products at the lowest cost in small quantities before making a substantial tooling investment
  • Stay ahead of competition by bringing your products and ideas to market first
  • Produce complex parts reducing assembly time.
  • Produce more durable, complex, and lightweight end use parts and systems


What Is Low Volume Production and its benefits ?

Low-volume manufacturing techniques include low-volume production as a subset of manufacturing. When something has been manufactured in low volumes, it usually means that little to no money was spent on engineering or tooling.

The units of order involved for it to be regarded as low volume production varies from industry to industry.  It could be as little as 100 or as many as 1000. This threshold can vary depending on the company. Low volume manufacturing techniques are frequently employed for one-off orders or limited runs of products with inexpensive setup requirements.

Businesses that employ low-volume production methods typically possess a great deal of flexibility and are able to react swiftly to market developments. This is why custom orders or special requests, which often demand shorter lead times than high volume manufacturing processes, are frequently handled using low volume production techniques.

Advantages of low volume production include making unique products, generating small runs, and turning production around quickly. Additionally, low-volume production gives businesses the chance to test out new ideas without incurring significant upfront expenses for design or tooling development.

Is 3D printing cheaper for low volume production?

The short answer is yes. Additive manufacturing is cheaper for low volume production.

Before creating a single end-use product, companies that wished to make plastic products had to first construct tooling or moulds. The price of an injection mould tool can be a barrier when a projected distribution quantity of small quantities is taken into account.

Additionally, the time it takes to build a mould might range from 12 to 24 weeks, depending on its size and complexity. It is also exceedingly challenging to justify the cost and lead time of an injection mould for low volume production runs. At this point, 3D printing for low volume production starts to emerge as a more affordable, quick, and adaptable option for the creation of small quantities of parts.

Why should you work with Anubis 3D for your low volume production needs?

Modern 3D printing technology allows for more creative freedom, more adaptable manufacturing methods, and a quicker time to market by streamlining prototyping and production.

These advantages are available to businesses who utilise 3D printing as their main method when they collaborate with the best additive manufacturing partner in Anubis 3D. We provide the best performance, production quality, and productivity, and optimal 3D printing manufacturing solution for our clients.

A flexible, on-demand option for prototyping, low-volume production, and scaling, either as a product solution or as a service for high-volume manufacturing is made available to manufacturers by Anubis 3D low volume production services.