Spares on demand

Industrial processes are increasingly more flexible and versatile, meaning that the variety of spares available is often almost infinite. Additionally, the cost and shipping times of some spares can be high, meaning that these are a fixed warehouse item for many companies. In other cases, some industrial machines are so old that there are no longer any manufacturers of the spares. In these cases, 3D printing can offer unique solutions to make industrial processes even more efficient. As the original part was designed to be manufactured by conventional methods, it is important to carry out an adaptation and validation process of the printed spare.


How can our spares on demand service help you?

The freedom of design and personalisation of 3D printing mean that spares can be redesigned and improved to avoid any machine downtimes and reduce stoppage times.
The wide range of materials available at Addimen, from hard metals to shock resistant plastics, mean that any kind of spare can be manufactured.

  • 3D printing means spares can be personalised, their designs improved, and reference numbers and operation instructions can even be printed.
  • It reduces warehouse inventories (costs), delivery times, and it means that manufactured parts can be personalised.
  • Quick delivery in those cases in which logistics prevents the spare being supplied, whether due to distance or due to local suppliers being out of stock.

Other available services

3D scanning of parts

we use a 3D laser scanner to obtain three dimensional models of items wich we do not have the drawings.

Prototyping and short runs

High-quality production without tooling. Fully functioning parts.

Spares on demand

High-quality production without tooling. Fully functioning parts.

Mould Inserts

We design conformal cooling channels for plastic and aluminium injection inserts. With our inserts the cycle time is improved in addition to the quality of the injected item.

Process boosting

We analyse your industrial process and apply additive engineering to redesign tools