3D printed train seat prototype helps POLGAR KFT save on costs and lead time

3D printed train seat prototype helps POLGAR KFT save on costs and lead time

POLGAR KFT, a Hungarian manufacturer of automotive parts, has successfully used 3D printing technologies to prototype a new train seat design. The seat was made in collaboration with Hungarian 3D digitizing systems company METRIS 3D, and was additive manufactured using an OMNI3D Factory 2.0 industrial 3D printer. According to POLGAR KFT, it was able to cut down significantly on the cost of prototyping, as well as the time involved to make it. More specifically, the company saved €370,000 (90% of the traditional prototyping costs), and was able to have the functional prototype ready within just three weeks, an 80% […]

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