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Successes with Additive in F&B Industry

Updated: Jan 12, 2022

Heineken, ERIKS and Gerhard Schubert

Many leading companies operating in the Food & Beverage industry are benefiting from using Additive Manufacturing. By using 3D printing these companies are working to increase food and beverage production and quickly achieving results that dramatically increase productivity.

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Heineken is optimising its production line by implementing Additive Manufacturing in its Seville subsidiary. They have seen a significant reduction of costs per printed part by 70% to 90% and also a decrease of delivery time of these applications of 70% to 90%.

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ERIKS, an international industrial equipment supplier, has scaled up its 3D printing capabilities for OEM and MRO customers.

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Gerhard Schubert GmbH uses 3D printing to deliver tools for its future-proof, high-performance packaging machines – making them even more versatile and easy to operate.

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