Van Raam pushing boundaries of 3D printing in bicycle production

VARSSEVELD, the Netherlands – Van Raam, a manufacturer of special needs bicycles, is a pioneer in the field of 3D printing in the two-wheeler industry. In the past year, the company printed no fewer than 40,000 parts. With 3D printing, they produce parts on demand, keep stock in the form of digital files and produce tools that make their production process more efficient.
Van Raam currently owns one advanced HP 3D printer, but they are considering buying a second one. - Photos Hans Prinsen