Train infrastructure and rolling stock tend to have a long product lifecycle with trains running for decades until they are retired. Getting legacy parts for these vehicles can be a pain in ...Read More »
BigRep believes it's time to change how we produce things. They want to make the world of manufacturing more individual, creative and affordable.
Founded in 2014, BigRep set sail to transform the 3D printing and manufacturing business. With its 1m3 + build volume, BigRep opens the gateway to a new dimension of 3D printing.
From furniture to vehicles, and from human scale robot parts to sculptural artworks. BigRep enables you to print large parts using their enormous 3D printers.
Berlin, Germany 5 June
Berlin, Germany 5 June
Berlin, Germany 5 June
Machines & Materials
- - Build size: 1020 x 970 x 980 mm
- - Dual metering extrusion system (MXT)
- - Humidity controlled filament spool chamber
- - Closed print chamber
- - Bosch CNC closed loop motion control system
- ASAStarting at $101.952.85 mm
- ABSStarting at $109.952.85 mm
- PETGStarting at $118.952.85 mm
- TPUStarting at $110.952.85 mm
- PVAStarting at $274.952.85 mm
- HI-TEMPStarting at $59.951.75 mm, 2.85 mm
- PLXStarting at $162.952.85 mm
- PA6/66Starting at $342.992.85 mm
- BVOHStarting at $274.952.85 mm
AutomotiveFord Webinar: How Ford Uses BigRep 3D Printers on The Factory Floor As we regularly outline, the automotive industry is rapidly adopting 3D printing, especially large format 3D printers. One of the companies that auto manufacturers are going to is BigRep....
Use Cases3D Printing & Embedded Electronics – How AM Enables Smarter Objects All throughout the world of modern manufacturing, 3D printing is adding unique functionalities to various products in ways traditional manufacturing cannot manage. The ability to produce ...
An unspoken goal of the 3D printing community as a whole seems to be to print every type of vehicle; there are printed bikes, motorcycles, cars, buses, and boats. And now there’s a 3D ...Read More »
It takes a large 3D printer to print furniture. If a printer is large enough to handle furniture then it can also accommodate vehicle parts and architectural components. Users are constantly ...Read More »
As a multi-billion dollar industry, film and TV production crews are often tasked with the heavy burden of bringing artistic visions to life - fast. Luckily, 3D printing can help designers ...Read More »
Large-scale 3D printing provider BigRep has just announced four new materials at FABTECH in Chicago. The new materials show off a range of functionalities and will further enhance the ...Read More »
BigRep's innovation lab NOWLAB unveiled a new sustainable structure that displays the possibilities of biodiversity in urban settings. The GENESIS Eco Screen consists of filament derived ...Read More »
From design to production, 3D printing is making waves across the furniture manufacturing industry. Manufacturers, designers and stores embrace 3D printing technologies to produce novel ...Read More »
3D printer manufacturer BigRep have developed a prototype wall with an embedded supply and drainage system. Their Banyan Eco Wall takes inspiration from nature, utilising the complex ...Read More »
From prosthetics to anatomical models, 3D printing has helped copy the human body in many ways. One such case is Marie, a life-size 3D printed human body derived from full-body scans of five ...Read More »
BigRep, manufacturer of large scale 3D printers has just signed up for a new partnership with engineering firm Bosch Rexroth. The two companies will be collaborating on the development of ...Read More »
Learn how JC Steele optimized their sand-casting process, cutting costs by 75% and increasing annual productivity by over 50% with BigRep 3D printers.
Learn how Boyce Technologies, manufacturer of communications systems, produces end-use parts for systems throughout New York..
This guide is a good start when you're exploring the possibilities of large scale additive manufacturing. It also features case studies from industry leading companies like Ford, Steel Case and more.
Learn how Airbus creates custom shipping cases for delicate equipment on-demand..
Learn how Kingston University, Helmut Schmidt University and more are using BigRep 3D printers for their research. Find out how prominent institutions are capitalizing on large-scale 3D printing for better education.
The Bionic Propeller is a component designed to increase thrust performance and reduce noise emission. Learn how metal cast patterns like this reduces costs, lead time and enables greater complexity in the production process.
Learn how Villeroy & Boch uses the BigRep ONE to create accurate, full-size, prototypes and designs. They are now able to rapidly produce bathtubs and shower trays one-to-one.
Teignbridge produces custom propellers, for tugs, luxury yachts, fishing trawlers and ferries. Learn how they optimized its propeller-making process using a BigRep.
3D printed formwork enables quick production of concrete parts. Find out how NOWlab@BigRep and construction company Geiger GmbH use the BigRep ONE to create giant molds way faster than before.
Deutsche Bahn was looking for an alternative to their spare parts managing system. BigRep developed a new material that complies with company and EU standards which enables them to create spare parts on-demand.
Multiple material extrusion post-processing techniques are described in this eBook. Think of high resolution tumbling, resin coating and aluminum plating.