The most versatile 3D-printing platform on the planet
1. 3D print mold insert
1. 3D print mold insert
2. Inject your material
2. Inject your material
3. Dissolve mold
3. Dissolve mold
Freeform Injection Molding
- a proven platform
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Add-Line 3D Printer

Prints the molding tools

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Add-Line Cleaning Station

Cleans the cavity in the molding tools

Injection Molding Machine

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Add-Line De-molding Station

Dissolves the molding tool surrounding the injection molded part

Freeform Injection Molding
- an enabling platform 
Enabling Design Freedom
- lattices and other impossible shapes 
Enabling Micro Injection Molding
- when size, fine features and details is a priority
Enabling Performance Materials and Parts
- when material access truly matters
Enabling Powder Injection Molding
- work iteratively with Metals (MIM) and Ceramics (CIM)
The Danish Technological Institute develops porous silicone implants with FIM
The Danish Technological Institute develops porous silicone implants with FIM

At the Danish Technological Institute, we have for a number of years been working on developing a new design for percutaneous implants. By using FIM it is now possible to mold porous implants in a design that has not previously been possible with conventional injection molding.

Design, fit and materials study - all at once
Design, fit and materials study - all at once

“It has been essential that the tap is cheap, as it must fit the product, which today is sold in Uganda. Therefore, we have worked to make it waterproof without the use of external rubber gasket or 2k molding, and the possibility of using FIM (Freeform Injection Molding) to test tolerances and designs to optimize the water resistance has therefore been indispensable in the process” – Alexander Løcke, CTO and Founder of SolarSack.

The Danish Technological Institute develops porous silicone implants with FIM
The Danish Technological Institute develops porous silicone implants with FIM

At the Danish Technological Institute, we have for a number of years been working on developing a new design for percutaneous implants. By using FIM it is now possible to mold porous implants in a design that has not previously been possible with conventional injection molding.

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