freeformer parts

Manufactured on an additive basis

The freeformer uses qualified standard plastics to produce fully functional parts as one-offs or in small batch volumes. As well as functional integration and multi-component technology, ARBURG Plastic Freeforming (APF) also enables large-batch series parts to be individualised.

From one-off parts to small-volume batches

From one-off parts to small-volume batches

The freeformer uses an additive process to produce fully functional parts as one-offs or in small batch volumes from qualified standard plastics. It is equipped with two stationary discharge units as standard. This enables various materials to be combined and complex geometries to be implemented. more...

Functional integration

Functional integration

In an industrial additive manufacturing process with the freeformer, you can use the qualified materials of your choice to integrate additional functions, enabling you to dispense with downstream assembly steps. Products range from clip closures to interconnected chain links. more...

Multi-component technology

Multi-component technology

The Freeformer is equipped with two stationary discharge units as standard. This enables you to use a second component to produce parts in different colours, with special tactile qualities, or as a hard/soft combination, for example. more...

Individualised large batch series

Individualised large batch series

The interaction of injection moulding and additive manufacturing means that you can individualise large-volume parts with a personalised 3D geometry. The combination of processes is also interesting in medical technology, for example in tailoring implants precisely to patients. more...