Specialists in shopfitting, they were in the middle of manufacturing furniture for a client when they realised that a technical part had not been ordered and this would cause a delay in production. So Drafil contacted us at the end of 2020 with an exciting project to print and deliver 1,000 pieces.
So they came to us with a plan and a 3D model of the part. The part was not very technical and did not require many hours of printing, but we did make a few changes. Indeed, 1,000 parts means a lot of plastic and a lot of machinery. In view of the very large number of parts ordered, we thought about a slightly different design, but one that would considerably optimise production. Once the modification had been made (and validated by Drafil via proto), we were able to start printing: manufacturing.
This order took us just under three weeks to produce, including delivery time. We shipped the products in batches, from the very first days, in order to ensure that Drafil could continue with their production/assembly cycle and deliver to their customer. We therefore enabled Drafil, thanks to our POD service, to procure a very large quantity of plastic parts in record time and to guarantee the success of their own order.