The Ocke stool is an original BigRep design where a very complex structure is printed without using any support material. This stool pushes the limits FDM technology with an accelerated printing speed resulting in an extremely durable object.
Discover our “factory of the future” showcase in Amsterdam, presenting the latest in additive manufacturing solutions. We are showing three printers with different setups: high throughput, small serial production, and classic 3D printing up to one cubic meter.
Artist Andreas Greiner talks about his monumental 3D print of a chicken skeleton that he showed at the Berlinerische Galerie. He describes his idea and the printing process on the BigRep ONE, which has the scale and size for such large scale projects
A live 3D printing architectural project designed by Herzog & De Meuron and PVR development at Expo Real 2016 in Munich. Discover the capability of BigRep ONE through printing large-scale architectural models.
NowLab presents the results of their latest innovation combining the capability of the 3D printer BigRep ONE with innovative materials. By embedding electronics and sensors into PLA printed walls, NowLab pushes the limits of what additive manufacturing is capable of today. For the first time, they have embedded 3D printed electronics inside larger printed parts.
CJR Propulsion in the UK manufactures steering gear for luxury yachts and work boats, and they use their BigRep ONE to produce patterns for their bespoke propeller designs. The ease of use and time savings allows CJR to be far more competitive and offer faster service to their customers.
Villeroy & Boch is a well known manufacturer of ceramics. Johan de Groot, who works as a product designer, describes how the use of the BigRep ONE revolutionized the way they create prototypes and designs. They are now able to produce bathtubs and shower trays one-to-one at high levels in about three weeks. This was unthinkable before the introduction of the BigRep ONE.
The Nowlab Team @BigRep describes their newest project, a space divider with an integrated light sensor. Made of individual 3D printed parts on the BigRep ONE with various filaments this piece expands the idea of what 3D printing is capable of.