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Pneumatics

The pneumatics sector is characterized by the use of materials such as steel and aluminum and the operating pressures are usually low. These operating conditions are very often compatible with the performances achievable with different polymeric printing materials, these peculiarities make that steel and aluminum can be easily replaced by plastic materials available for additive technologies.

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Marine

Characterized by the demand for low-volume products with a high degree of customization, the marine sector matches with the production flexibility offered by 3D printing, the possibility of producing complex geometries and the compatibility of materials with internal and external environments make it economically more advantageous than traditional technologies.

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Mechanics

The great availability of high-performance materials with high mechanical resistance to impacts, high temperatures and chemical agents, together with the precision, accuracy and high reproducibility of the technologies used, allows the creation of pieces with the same hardness, precision and stability obtained with injection molds, CNC machines, while carrying advantages in terms of cost reduction and production time. The use of 3D printing in this sector allows to accelerate the design cycle in prototyping processes, reducing the number of pieces that compose an object and related assembly times, produce lighter parts using less raw material, reduce inventories and develop products quickly.

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Fashion

3D printing is able to satisfy the creative demands that characterize the fashion industry. Several fashion houses resort to this technology for the production of complex shapes (rigid and semi-rigid) for the production of accessories or dresses. The possibility of playing with different shapes and raw materials allows to realize easily unique pieces, speeding up the production of objects with accurate design. The speed, accuracy, dimensional accuracy, perfect surface finish and reliability guaranteed by professional 3D machines are perfect for creating geometries with any degree of complexity, both for prototyping and for the production of customized parts.

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Scale models

The 3D printing technologies that make up the machines fleet of MEG Industry they guarantee a surface finish and a resolution that allows to produce parts with an exceptional surface finish, ideal for the creation of static and dynamic models.

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Wholesale

The technology finds wide application in the production of toys, tools, customized products (eg insoles for shoes and much more), spare parts for household appliances, parts with integrated electronic elements and parts out of production, dedicated to various sectors.

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Architecture and design

Detailed models of houses, infrastructures, buildings and much more are produced in a short time to test projects from the earliest stages. In the furnishing and design sector, the use of additive manufacturing allows the creation of furnishing and functional elements, customized with complex geometries that are difficult to achieve with other technologies and processes

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Architecture and design

The need for rapid prototyping and the ability to exactly reproduce the pieces, the ease of customization to optimize the shape by obtaining light parts with maximum resistance, to quickly replace parts and recreate elements out of production, and the ability to create very complex structures make that the 3D printing is able to offer dedicated solutions for the Automotive sector.

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Medical and dental

The fields of application of the medical sector are limitless, the technology is suitable for the creation of anatomical models and customized devices, exoskeletons for plaster casts, braces, prostheses, reproduction of real models of organs for studies, models for making cutting guides that are adapt to patient bones, models for surgical planning, prototyping of medical devices and much more. In
dental sector the use of 3D printing is spreading  overwhelmingly, the variety of dedicated biocompatible materials allows orthodontic diagnostic and study models with a high degree of detail, surgical guides, orthodontic appliances, aligners and restraining devices to be created quickly and with prices content.

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Food & Beverage

The availability of dedicated materials, with certifications for food contact, valid for Europe and the USA, allows the extensive use of 3D printing for prototyping and the creation of production parts for food and beverage processing plants.

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Aerospace & Defence

The rapid development times that characterize 3D printing suite to the needs of the aerospace sector, as it is possible to test different configurations quickly. With additive technology, aerospace components are obtained with complex and efficient geometries and precision finishes. The ability to optimize parts and produce parts with low weight and high performance material, make the technology particularly suited to the needs of these sectors.

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Jewelry

Both for the small workshop and for the large company, the use of 3D printing allows the design and creation of new shapes and complex structures for jewelry and costume jewelry, with rapid production times. It is possible to print, mainly with DLP and SLA technologies, personalized jewels and prototypes with a high degree of detail.

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