Navigating the Additive Manufacturing Seas with Due Pi Greco: Addressing Challenges and Emerging Issues

Additive Manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, has become a lifeline for many industrial sectors. Still, the adoption of this technology comes with its fair share of challenges and issues. Let’s delve into key points highlighted by an in-depth industry analysis, exploring how Due Pi Greco tackles these matters.

1. Limited Understanding of Additive Manufacturing:

A major hurdle is the lack of knowledge among potential clients. Often, users approach without a deep understanding of Additive Manufacturing. At Due Pi Greco, we view each sale as a consulting opportunity, guiding clients to grasp the technology’s potential and assisting them in analyzing specific issues. Our team of specialized consultants stands ready to share the necessary knowledge, guiding businesses into the realm of Additive Manufacturing.



2. Slow Printing Speeds:

Speed has been a concern, especially for filament models. However, newer technologies like resin printers are overcoming this limitation, ensuring faster production. At Due Pi Greco, we suggest solutions tailored to specific needs, balancing speed and precision. We address the speed challenge through the adoption of innovative approaches and the implementation of cutting-edge technologies to enhance overall production efficiency.

3. Limited Material Range:

In the past, a restricted range of materials posed a problem. However, today, the range has significantly expanded, with materials suitable for a wide array of applications. We leverage high-end polymers like ULTEM, NYLON, PC, and more, providing options for demanding applications. Our continuous pursuit of advanced materials and ongoing updates to our catalog allow clients to choose tailored solutions for their specific needs.

4. Repeatability and Precision Issues:

Precision in the printing process has improved considerably thanks to mechanical and control enhancements. Furthermore, our focus on precise setup of the production process reduces the need for post-processing, addressing initial concerns. We invest in advanced control technologies and rigorous processes to ensure maximum accuracy and consistency in additive manufacturing.

5. Limited Print Volumes:

To tackle size limitations, we present solutions such as using anthropomorphic robots with high-capacity extruders, offering the flexibility needed for significantly sized components. Our constant exploration of innovative solutions drives us to investigate new techniques and technologies to overcome dimensional constraints, providing clients the ability to produce components of any size with utmost precision.

6. Lack of Expertise and Know-how:

The absence of experts is often cited as a hurdle. At Due Pi Greco, apart from providing specialized consultancy, we encourage access to Competence Centers and participation in industry fairs, facilitating the acquisition of necessary skills. We collaborate with clients to train and update their staff, ensuring they are fully equipped to face challenges and fully leverage the benefits of Additive Manufacturing.

Additive Manufacturing is an ever-evolving journey, and at Due Pi Greco, we are committed to overcoming emerging challenges, offering customized solutions, and fully harnessing the potential of this revolutionary production technology. We share our expertise with clients, making innovation accessible and adoptable, one step at a time.