Current situation

Current situation

+ Local manufacturing of industrial products in industrial centers (Asia, Europe, North America)
+ High global transport volume for global marketing
+ Negative effects on the environment
+ Increase in the price of the products
+ Loss of efficiency due to inaccurate adaptation to market needs
+ Recycling economically difficult due to lack of efficient technologies
+ Globalization means today the availability of products by world-wide distribution of manufactured goods
+ Production know-how is specific and tied to the main production areas
+ Production techniques are very complex, consume a lot of energy and resources
+ Lack of flexibility leads to the extinction of industrial locations as markets change

Solutions

Solutions

+ Flexible manufacturing methods
+ Greater market proximity through decentralization of production facilities
+ Reduction of unnecessary processed components
+ Recycling as part of the production process and resource management
+ Optimization of the transport

Global Local

Globally and locally

Complex industrial products and machines can be manufactured by optimized laser techniques. Depending on the technical possibilities, conventional manufacturing processes can be replaced. The prerequisite here is a high percentage of pulverizability of all materials without sacrificing the desired physical properties. Large production facilities with complex, large-volume production machines as well as extensive production processes with high energy and resource consumption are no longer required. As a result, production is carried out by flexible, small production facilities close to the market. In addition, these products could be recycled after ist lifetime at the manufacturer. The recyclinf happens by reverse manufacturing. The raw material is then appropriately processed and fed back into the production process.

Additive Manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing

1. Additive Manufacturing

ALSO FOR LARGE APPLIANCES AND MACHINES
PRODUCTION EXAMPLE: 3D PRINT FACTORY
A frame travels upwards with movable laser printers in the plane. All components are printed simultaneously from bottom to top. The material is fed to the individual laser printing units from above.

On-site production and recycling

2. On-site production and recycling

PRODUCT EXAMPLE: MACHINES 3D PRINT
The product is supplemented by a material tanker truck with separate chambers for different materials to fulfill the large material requirements. "Slowbirds" are used optionally if required. It is also possible to print entire machines on site and set them up in poorly accessible locations. The predecessors are also recycled on site.

 

Local and decentralized production

3. Local and decentralized production

FLYING TRANSPORT
"Slowbirds", a mixture of drone, airship and truck, pick up finished products of any size directly at the production site and transport them gently and environmentally friendly over small and medium distances, largely independent of terrestrial infrastructures. The production facilities with little impact on the site environment also serve as an airport for the cargo lifts.

Generative manufacturing

4. Optimized building structures through generative manufacturing

NEW POSSIBILITIES OF PRODUCTION USE
The sketch above shows a three-dimensional complex component, which cannot be manufactured in one piece in the conventional way, without committing itself to one dimension.
In this structure the complete inner workings are printed simultaneously. A classic production line is no longer required. There is only one production station.

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