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3D print mechanical components

Produce mechanical parts more efficiently with online 3D printing

Discover the benefits of 3D printing for mechanical parts...

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Topology optimization

Create mechanical parts with complex shapes that are impossible or difficult to create with other manufacturing methods. Indeed, additive manufacturing is a key asset when it comes to mechanical design.

Additive manufacturing (or 3D printing) opens broad design and topology optimization possibilities, allowing you to find the best compromise between strength, weight and production cost for your mechanical parts.

Assembly reduction: Improve your systems’ mechanical properties

Mechanical 3D printing enables the production of a batch of parts that are traditionally made of many components. This minimizes assemblies and welding steps that may cause impurities and areas of weakness.

Sculpteo produces on-demand 3D printed mechanical parts and articulated assemblies in a variety of sizes (up to 70 cm in a single run).

3d printing mechanical industry
3d printing mechanical industry

Small quantities and spare parts: Improve your supply chain

Using a model, we can manufacture many thousands of mechanical parts and components in just a few days. We also provide online tools to optimize the production cost of your parts.

Upload your 3D file to our site and check out our optimization tools for small runs now.

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