150,000 people in Norway have heart fibrillation, 50,000 of them are unaware of it, in addition anyone over the age of 65 is basically in the risk group.
This article will focus on developing new solutions with 3D-printing, some of the projects we have done and the road from prototype to production.
This time, we would like to show how we strive the highest quality on manual screwdriving process. There’s no magic in here – only technology and precision.
This article will give you a deeper look into the technological progress of Kitron manufacturing processes, particulary getting to know the automatic screw fastening robot, and disclose a vision to the future of innovation.
At times 3D-printing is associated with rapid prototyping and development. However, at Kitron, the main purpose for utilization of additive manufacturing is production applications.
We want to share some insights into our technological progress with the outside world. This particular article will provide an introduction to 3D printing and outline the broad ideas behind our utilization.
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