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PICASO 3D, a company founded by two enthusiastic Russian engineers in 2012. For 7 years the team was consciously focusing on the additive manufacturing market. The release of classic version of the Prusa i3 was followed by significant technological breakthroughs from year to year and has evolved into the line of devices with the print area from X up to XXX, with auto-calibration, Intelligent Safe Stop System, dual-printhead printing, proprietary Industrial Grade line of consumables and, of course, Polygon software unifies all of the above into a single solution.
The combination of devices, consumables and software - all of which is developed by Picaso - allows customers to solve problems of absolutely any level, and finding the right X for their business equation.
The part was manufactured by lost wax casting method (of steel/aluminum)
The total cost of production was 10,000 rubles. It is impossible to obtain such an item with traditional technologies only. The part can be made using 3D technology of metal powder sintering, but the cost will be 10 times bigger.
FSBU «V.A. Almazov’s National Medicine Research Center» Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, St. Petersburg, Russia.
The second stage involves is the manufacture of a master mold, gear and the product itself. After analyzing the most advanced solutions in tooling and body-kit manufacturing, it was decided to use additive technologies. The ready-made elements of the body kit were printed of FORMAX charcoal-filled material using DesignerXLPRO printer in the shortest possible time via FFF technology