Snow Business 3D printed end-use parts with Ultimaker

Wednesday, 5 September 2018  |  Sabina Gonzalez-George
 
 
 

CASE STUDY: 3D PRINTED FINAL PARTS FOR HIGH VALUE SNOW MACHINES

How Snow Business International uses Ultimaker 3D printers to speed up its iterative R&D process

 

Snow business 3D printed end parts with Ultimaker

With the long turnaround times and high costs associated with outsourcing, Snow Business sought an on-site solution for prototyping, functional testing, and creating the final nozzles for its snow machines.

 

With the Ultimaker, nozzles can be created in-house within a few hours and at a fraction of the costs of outsourcing.  In the long run, this turned out to be more cost-effective,  as the first printer paid for itself within just 2 weeks.


Download the Snow Business case study to read how the team were able to gain multiple benefits from incorporating the Ultimaker 3D printer into their design and manufacturing processes, including:

  • Accelerated R&D, no dependencies on third party agendas
  • Cost savings
  • Accessible solution without the need for specialised training
  • Design freedom with water-soluble PVA support

 

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DOWNLOAD SNOW BUSINESS & ULTIMAKER CASE STUDY

 

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