Monthly Archives: May 2015

3D Printing in Rotary Viscous Dampers and Friction Hinges

Some major advantages in 3D printing as a manufacturing tool is that we can increase the speed to market for our customers product at a reasonable price. Design changes, proof of concepts and limited production runs can be performed quickly. … Continue reading

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3D Printed Friction Hinge

We have been experimenting and testing for around a year now and have developed a high cycle life friction hinge that we can print a critical wear components, on a 3D printer. This break through will help product development of … Continue reading

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