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Discover why Brose are becoming more interested and dependent on additive manufacturing, especially with the Fuse 1

Using the Fuse 1 has allowed Brose to create complex and intricate shapes. The process is also very sustainable and promotes the companies environmental awareness.

Formlabs Fuse 1 printers offer highly detailed prints, find out more here or contact us via the link below.

Innovating Mass Production

If you have ever been in an automobile, then you’ve probably seen or used a Brose product. With 25,000 employees, located in 24 countries, the company is the largest supplier of car accessories.

It works with 80 automotive brands, over 40 suppliers and 50 e-bike manufacturers.

This goes to show that the Fuse 1 is not only a prototyping tool, its a mass production solution.

Fuse 1 automotive use
Fuse 1 automotive use

How have Brose used the Fuse 1

Brose have rigorously analysed the benefits of the Fuse 1, their testing team have left no stone unturned. The Fuse 1 was given a glowing report due to it’s ease of use, industrial like performance and user-friendly ability.

After a car model becomes retired, automotive suppliers have a duty to supply spare parts, and to allow customers to continue using their car. Traditionally, suppliers would have to create the spare parts and store them until they are needed.

Brose wants to use the Fuse 1 as an on-demand production tool for customers needing spare parts, only producing the parts once is demanded. The company will save thousands in storage and won’t run the risk of over/under producing.

The process can create high-quality parts that are similar to injection moulding and more environmental friendly.

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Should you wish to Request a Product Demo, Get a 3D Printed Sample or simply find out more about the Fuse 1, please contact us, we would love to hear from you.


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