Additive Series Production

What is Additive Series Production?

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01 Automation solutions

02 Industrial 3D Printers

While 3D printing was previously used primarily for prototyping, the new 3D production systems are finding more and more applications in series production. Newly developed 3D printers and printing materials now enable the production of hundreds of thousands of components. Additive series production increases flexibility in the manufacturing process and makes it possible to make customer-specific adjustments. No investment in an injection mold is necessary, thus the capital investment for new products can be greatly reduced.

Complex shapes possible

Fast series production

Wide range of applications

Together we validate your application in 3 steps!


Application analysis

The first step is a technical evaluation of your CAD data by one of our application engineers. In this step we discuss your application and the requirements and make a pre-selection of the printing material and the printing technology.


Cost calculation

Before carrying out the test print, we will provide you with a cost and time calculation. Possible post-processing steps can be calculated and discussed here. Together we validate the commercial side of your project in this step.


Sample part printing

In the third step, we produce some sample parts for you. You can then use the parts to validate the technical aspects of the project and perform all the necessary tests. A production system can then be installed at your site.

Advantages and disadvantages of additive series production with your own production facility

  • High flexibility in manufacturing
  • High complexity of components possible
  • First components within hours
  • Fast manufacturing
  • High quantities
  • Wide range of materials
  • Not for very high volumes (>1 million)
  • Rework may be necessary
  • Learning curve


Suitable materials for your project

Due to the wide range of materials available for the various 3D printing processes, we can find a suitable material for almost any application. We will be happy to advise you on which material is suitable for your production.

Here you will find a short selection of potential materials:

Resin, ABS, PC, PEEK, PA12, PA11, PA6, PBT, PP, TPU, Carbon Fiber, Ultem, ...

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Good mechanical properties, excellent precision, clean surfaces.


High complexity possible, very stable components, good heat resistance.


Cost-effective alternative, wide range of materials, simple process.


Cost-effective alternative, wide range of materials, simple process.


Automation solutions

Fully automated production cell for series production of 3D printed components.

We supply fully automated production systems for the series production of your product. Using the latest automation technology, we increase production capacity while reducing the cost per part.

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Additive Automation

Production Cell V1

Additive automation automates the entire manufacturing process. Using state-of-the-art robotics and automation technology, we produce 3D printed components without human interaction and at low cost.

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Industrial 3D Printers



The Inkbit Vista™ printing system is designed for mass production of 3D printed polymer components. It utilizes Vision-Controlled Jetting (VCJ) technology, which provides high-resolution print quality and enables users to print high-volume parts with high precision and dimensional accuracy.

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NXE 400Pro-LAN

With an exceptional build capacity of 17 liters, the Nexa3D® NXE 400Pro photopolymer 3D printer delivers unmatched throughput at the highest build speed in its class, without sacrificing precision or process reliability. The Nexa3D® NXE 400Pro industrial 3D printer's proprietary LSPc® (Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing) technology offers a smoother surface, higher precision and greater tolerances compared to SLA 3D printing.

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NXD 200Pro-LAN

The Nexa3D® NXD 200Pro is the ideal 3D printer for high-throughput dental applications. 275 x 155 x 200 mm, a record-breaking build volume of 8.5 l and patented LSPc® technology. This comprehensive 3D printer is perfect for printing surgical guides, custom impression trays, splints, dental models and much more.

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QLS 820

The Nexa3D® QLS 820 SLS 3D Printer is a quad laser system that offers unmatched production capabilities and the highest part throughput in its class. It was designed with automation and scalability in mind. With up to four times the throughput of conventional laser sintering 3D printers and other polymer powder bed technologies, the Nexa3D® QLS 820 sets new standards for 3D printing.

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QLS 236

The Nexa3D QLS 236 is the ideal system for all users who require high-quality components at low prices. Nexa3D's SLS system offers higher speed and access to BASF's highest performance SLS materials and an open material platform. The industrial SLS system impresses with a powerful CO2 laser and a large installation space.

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QLS 230

Selective laser sintering (SLS) technology has long been the preferred platform for producing 3D-printed parts with robust, durable mechanical properties. Until now, most users have outsourced these parts due to the high cost of machine acquisition. The Nexa3D QLS 230 makes this available to any prototyping user at an unprecedented price. With the Nexa3D QLS 230, you can produce functional prototypes and small series from high-quality plastics without support materials in the shortest possible time.

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ARGO 1000

The Roboze Argo 1000 has the largest build envelope in the ARGO series, with a volume of 1000 x 1000 x 1000 mm (39.37 x 39.37 x 39.37 in). Create large-format parts with positioning accuracy of 10 µm with reliable repeatability using the 3D printer.

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ARGO 500

The Roboze Argo 500 is the mid-range size of the ARGO series, with a volume of 500 x 500 x 500 mm (19.7 x 19.7 x 19.7 in). Create large format parts in a 3D printer with 10 µm positioning accuracy with consistent repeatability.

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ARGO 350

The Roboze Argo 350 has a volume of 350 x 300 x 300 mm (13.8 x 11.8 x 11.8 in), the smallest size in the ARGO series. Create large format finished parts with a 3D printer with 10 µm positioning accuracy and consistent repeatability.

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NILS 480

The Sinterit NILS 480 is a new industrial-standard SLS 3D printer with a high level of automation and the best return on investment in the SLS technology market. With Sinterit's extensive powder selection and the large build volume of the NILS 480, you can innovate and push the boundaries of additive manufacturing.

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Our team of experts, especially our application specialists, will support your project in all individual steps. Together with our software team, we also have the possibility to accompany you during the design process to optimize the components for 3D printing.

Do you have an interesting application?

Ahmed Abo Seada Account Manager