WeRobotics use additive manufacturing to be innovative and adaptive!
Posted By Stephany Vaussanvin on Jun 24, 2021 | 0 comments
With the WeRobotics case study, learn more about how 3D printing can allow you to be more innovative and adaptive to your needs and therefore to the benefit of your customers.
Who are they?
WeRobotics, established in December 2015 as a nonprofit organization, is a small and diverse team from six countries across four continents working with digital setups. WeRobotics’ core focus is co-creating and scaling the Flying Labs network, which shifts power back to local experts who lead local solutions for positive social impact. Flying Labs are independent, locally-led, and demand-driven knowledge hubs in more than 25 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America, and beyond that leverage robotics for sustainable development in public health, such as using cargo drones for medical deliveries.
Their challenges with 3D printing?
WeRobotics needed to quickly manufacture cargo drone add-on modules in small batches while still ensuring a robust and lightweight drone for their clients. Learn more about how 3D printing allowed them to meet these challenges with their case study.