It is no longer possible to imagine packaging processes without format parts sourced from the 3D printer. And this is why Schubert is pursuing a clear strategy to further increase the share of 3D printed parts. Within the Schubert Group, two specialised companies are working on making the practical process even more viable and accessible to the packaging industry: The Schubert Additive Solutions start-up is dedicated to the 3D printing of replacement and format parts, and will be introducing a 3D printer of its own in 2022. As a service provider, Schubert Fertigungstechnik produces 3D metal parts on systems that work with powder-based products and, more recently, 3D plastic parts using the in-demand SLS process.
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