Modified car engines often require custom made air intake manifolds. 3D Printing allows to manufacture those complex and custom parts with an optimized design.
Based on the 3D File of the client, the air intake is being printed in Nylon (PA12) using Multi Jet Fusion (MJF).
Our engineering team designed this air intake based on the technical drawings from our client, due to the CAD Software and 3D Printing, we have no issues in creating and manufacturing complex geometries.
Although these manifolds are installed as seen on the pictures, we do have the possibility to manufacture them in aluminum or stainless steel, if they need to withstand higher temperatures.
This water pump part is a perfect example of why 3D printing is beneficial. The product was no longer available on the market. Therefore, the only option was remodeling it as a 3D‑model and 3D printing it. The new part is printed in Nylon (PA12) using Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) and dyed black.
The Chrome X is printed in Nylon (PA12) using Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Technology to fuse the powdered Nylon to a solid 3D printed product. The individual parts received a nickel-plated finish to obtain a stunning reflective result.
This seat cover is a perfect example of why 3D printing is beneficial. The product was no longer available on the market. Therefore, the only option was remodeling it as a 3D‑model and 3D printing it. The new part is printed in Nylon (PA12) using Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) and dyed black.
“Péckvillchen” is a Luxembourgish traditional whistle in the shape of a bird. These are sold every year on Easter Monday at the “Eemaischen” (Emmaus) market. This year the students from the “Lycée Arts et Métiers” in Luxembourg designed the “Jang”, a unique Péckvillchen.
For the first time 3D printing technology was used to produce such a bird whistle. It is printed in Nylon (PA12) with selective laser sintering (SLS) technology. After the printing process the bird whistles were custom dyed in blue.
AMSOL designed a strap to comfortably wear the protection masks provided by the Luxembourgish government. The strap is 3D printed in Nylon (PA12) with Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology. As a result of its flexibility the strap can adapt to any shape of head. The strings of the mask can be attached to the strap at two different positions.
In this way the face mask fits snugly on your head.
The coronavirus pandemic causes a shortage on personal protective equipment for health care professionals.
With the help of our Luxembourgish industrial partners, such as GCL Technologies and Lettrage Reding, we decided to step in and support our local authorities in fighting the COVID-19.
The provided face shields are designed to protect the health care professionals, who treat the patients in critical condition. The shield is fixed on the forehead, protects the entire face and keeps the caregivers safe. This is an important measure to safeguard the capacity of the health care system.
The face shields, designed by Prusa, are being 3D printed in Nylon (PA12) using Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Technology. As a result, our face shields can be sterilized without losing its shape, flexibility or function.
The face shields were donated to the Luxembourgish Ministry of Health and Army.