Meet the pressure to innovate faster.
Roadrunner’s additive manufacturing produces products up to 10 times faster than conventional 3D printing, reducing costs and waste across industries including aerospace
and defense, automotive, healthcare, and entertainment.
Speed, control, and quality are all possible using additive manufacturing to produce at the scale you need. Short runs of 100 to 1,000 units let you cut costs for testing and validation, speeding your ability to iterate new versions.
We give you the flexibility to create functional end-use parts with high-grade materials and eliminate waste associated with traditional cutting and tooling. Roadrunner 3D puts Industry 4.0 innovation within your reach.
Prototypes and Models
Prototyping lets you see just how far you can go. Rapidly create, test, and refine versions of your product as many times as needed to make it market-ready. You’ll have your 3D-printed prototypes at a fraction of the cost and time of traditional manufacturing.
We offer next-level 3D printing. Harness the precision to create parts made from a wide array of materials, including plastics, fibers and metals, testing variations from the largest surface to the smallest subcomponents.
Roadrunner’s offers a variety of material options from flexible plastics, to chemical and moisture resistant resins, to the toughest metals. Our advanced materials can meet medical-grade demands, FAA requirements, or flame-retardant needs. Our technology can create full color prints, or we can print in clear.
Roadrunner focuses on cost, quality, performance, and diversity when it comes to providing you the best 3D print materials available. Our experts can help you select the best material for your job.
Customize your innovations from start to finish. Get the precise look and functionality you need with our dyeing, painting, and plating services. You can choose from our available finishes or let us create finishes that meet your specifications.
Unique coloring options and premium surface finishes designed to enhance 3D print technology ensure a perfect match at the highest quality available.
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How to control manufacturing efficiency
In the manufacturing environment, efficiency and predictability of the process is key to guaranteeing the production plan and optimizing the manufacturing cost of the final product. There are several methods and metrics that have been developed over the years to track different factors that influence the process, such as cycle time and critical performance parameters. These parameters are used to detect any deviation of the process performance as soon as possible to guarantee a reliable performance. The Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE) is a metric that integrates the tracking and control of the entire end-to-end manufacturing process, enabling the quick detection of any deviation that appears in any point of the process.