The consumer electronics market is growing year by year, while at the same time the requirements are becoming more and more difficult. The parts are getting smaller and smaller, their precision has to improve every year, their structures are becoming more complicated, and the material has to be more durable and heat-resistant.
Whether in acoustics, the development of AR products, computer hardware or components for drones - the area of application for micro parts in the electronic consumer goods industry offers almost no limits.
At NanoVoxel, the combination of our diverse services covers much of the challenging needs of the global consumer electronics market.
3D printing is developing rapidly in medicine. The manufacture of medical devices in particular is usually very expensive and time-consuming due to their complexity. Another challenge is the often required individual features of individual devices.
The field of application of the manufactured micro components ranges from hearing aids, surgical devices, implants or cell structures to microscopically large needles. In the future it will also be possible to manufacture drug delivery products.
We are able to supply you with high-precision micro-manufactures for medical technology in the shortest time possible and also have the advantage of responding to individual, person-specific requirements.
The trend towards miniaturization of components is increasing in all sectors. However, consumer electronics and medical technology are only part of the possible fields of application. Other catchment areas can be found in the automotive industry, in micro-robotics and in the manufacture of MEMS - in all of these areas the demand for very small, very complex components is increasing.
Manufacturers are looking for new ways to make these small but highly detailed products and components, but often face long wait times or a lack o flexibility in part design. NanoVoxel addresses these needs and requirements with a wide range of manufacturing options.
With industrial 3D printing, the complexity of a component is no longer based on the manufacturing process, but on the desired function and design of the product. Complex geometries, i.e. three-dimensional structures with undercuts or cavities, can usually not be produced with conventional technologies such as milling, turning or casting, or can only be produced at disproportionately high costs.
With NanoVoxel there are almost no restrictions – not even when manufacturing hollow structures. Costs can often be significantly reduced due to the lower material consumption.