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BRAND-NEW CASE STUDY

3D-PRINTED SPARE PARTS: DISRUPTING THE SUPPLY CHAIN WITH A SUSTAINABLE ON-DEMAND PRODUCTION

In this case study, you can read how Daimler Buses benefits from 3D-printed spare parts with a surface quality that can compete with injection-molded parts, colored in specially developed corporate shades.

BRINGING MORE COLOR TO LIFESTYLE AND CONSUMER PRODUCTS

CASE STUDY: GÖTTI

WITH HIGH-QUALITY FINISH AND TREND COLORS READY
FOR SERIAL PRODUCTION

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In 2014, Götti was one of the first eyewear manufacturers to employ industrial 3D-printing. A big crucial part of the successful development of 3D-printed eyewear has been our technology, which provides stable processes and reproducible results for finish and color. Read more about the exciting creation of a 3D-printed collection ready for serial production.

We knew that our products would only become marketable when it became possible to apply colors which appeal to our customers. With the DM60 coloring system and their color development, DyeMansion presented us with a real solution to that.
Sven Götti, CEO & Founder
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A VISIT AT THE INHOUSE PRODUCTION OF GÖTTI

In the first episode of Coffee & Cases we visited Götti and talked to Sven Götti, CEO & Founder, about his 3D-printed Dimension collection. From the first idea to the implementation.

3D-PRINTED EARRINGS
/ BOLTENSTERN

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FON Magazine, No 3, 11.09.2019

“Colorful jewelry made from white powder“

3D-PRINTED MID-SOLE
UNDER ARMOUR

3D-PRINTED MASK FOR ALTITUDE TRAINING
MODLA & REEBOK

3D-PRINTED EYEWEAR
IC! BERLIN

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TCT Magazine, 04.10.2018

“Seeing in color: DyeMansion gives ic! berlin’s 3D-printed eyewear a vibrant finish.“

3D-PRINTED KNIFE HANDLES
NEIFF

Working with DyeMansion is fun in every way. The company is innovative, reliable and professional. The management is young and dynamic. Their vision for scaling up the company is recognizable, but the commitement to each individual customer and his order, as well as the enthusiasm for each product are noticeable at any time nevertheless.
Adrian Gögl, Founder & Designer

3D-PRINTED LIGHTS
LICHT HOCH DREI

CERTIFIED SOLUTIONS FOR HEALTHCARE COMPANIES TO MEET PATIENT INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS

CASE STUDY: HKK BIONICS

INDIVIDUAL EVERYDAY AIDS WITH SPECIALLY DEVELOPED, SKIN-FRIENDLY COLORS

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HKK Bionics combines traditional orthopaedic craftsmanship with an innovative concept and state-of-the-art production technology. Using our technology and colors specially developed for this application, which pass the tests for Cytotoxicity (according to ISO 10993-5 and 10993-12) and Skin Irritation (according to ISO Protocol TC 194 WG 8 and ISO 10993-12), the result is the exomotion hand one. A high-tech product that provides locomotory restricted people with new mobility and valuable quality of life.

The developed skin tones can help patients to identify with their orthosis and to accept it as an aid in everyday life. In addition, the existing certificates for cytotoxicity and skin irritation help us to pass relevant certifications and tests with the exomotion hand one. 
Dominik Hepp, CEO & Co-Founder
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FROM THE IDEA TO THE REALIZATION OF A MEDICAL
HIGH-TECH APPLICATION

In this episode of Coffee & Cases Dominik Hepp, CEO & co-founder of HKK Bionics, tells us his personal story behind exomotion hand one.

3D-PRINTED ORTHOTICS
POHLIG

We are happy that we've found a reliable partner with DyeMansion, who is able to finish our additive manufactured products in an excellent way. Some of the finished products are used for over a year and still look like on the first day.
Christian Kienzle, Managing Director

3D-PRINTED PROSTHESES
GOTTINGER

STEPPING ON THE GAS WITH THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

AUTOMOTIVE BLACKX

FOR LIGHT AND HEAT RESISTANT CAR INTERIOR PARTS

Learn more about the Automotive X Colors, developed specially for the automotive industry and its needs towards light and heat resistant car interior parts.

CASE STUDY: DAIMLER BUSES

DISRUPTING THE SUPPLY CHAIN WITH A SUSTAINABLE ON-DEMAND PRODUCTION

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Daimler was one of the first companies in the automotive industry to invest in Additive Manufacturing. At the Center of Competence 3D-Printing at Daimler Buses, a first project for 3D-printed spare parts was started in 2016. Thanks to DyeMansion technology, the company can now produce 3D-printed spare parts with a surface quality that can compete with injection-molded parts in specially developed corporate colors.

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HOW DAIMLER BUSES SUCCESSFULLY INTRODUCED 3D-PRINTED SPARE PARTS

In this episode of Coffe & Cases, the team from the Center of Competence 3D-Printing explains how the use of 3D-printed spare parts helps Daimler Buses reduce inventory and production costs, shorten delivery times, and what role DyeMansion technology plays in achieving optimal part quality.

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DOWNLOAD WHITEPAPER

MEETING LIGHT & HEAT RESISTANCE STANDARDS FOR AUTOMOTIVE INTERIOR PARTS

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ENABLING NEW INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

3D-PRINTED BARCODE SCANNER
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