Sectors of application

Automotive, aerospace, art, design, footwear, electronics, railways, mechanics, medical, naval, robotics, automation...


Additive Manufacturing allows you to create parts for the electrical and electronic sector thanks to the possibility of using antistatic, insulating electrically or even conductive materials.

For some applications, it is essential that the devices can operate safely even in critical environments, thanks to the use of ESD safe (Electro Static Discharge) technical materials. These materials, with a surface resistivity ranging between 10^6 and 10^9 Ohm, such as PETG-ESD and ABS-ESD, can be processed using 3D printing technology.

It is possible to obtain prototypes or functional parts capable of discharging the accumulated electrostatic energy, avoiding damage to the electronic components and protecting the worker from electrical danger. Additive manufacturing technologies in the electronics field are suitable for making housings, jigs and fasteners or organizers for electrical components.


3D printed computer case

[UniverCell+BASF] Case for a caravan's lithium ion battery


[Haven] Air monitoring equipment, 3D printed with ESD Safe material

Case for electronic components for Arduino interface

Interface component for sliding block in antistatic material (ESD Safe) with assembly of threaded inserts