We're back in our lab 3D printing. Let's talk about another interesting project. In front of you is the manufacture of a case for a prototype medical tonometer. In just five working days we agreed on the received model with the Customer (printed several times to achieve the best result), while still required a full post-processing (grinding, color selection and painting).

Once again, we are talking about our 3D printing laboratory. What comes to mind when you hear High Impact PolyStyrene? By conventionally shortening the words, we get the abbreviation HIPS. It is one of the most versatile, economical and affordable plastics in the world, discovered in Berlin in 1839.

Tested powerful charge Yotster Alfa. Board combines the functionality of SAMD21G Microchip microcontroller (Arduino Zero) and the wireless module LoRa (Semtech sx1276). It is the perfect solution for developers looking to create IoT projects with low power consumption.

The water meter module is designed to be installed on universal cold and hot water meters. The module provides data reading from the meter, followed by the transmission of data over the networks of cellular operators NB-IoT. The module is installed on the meter in the seat, specially designed for this. The module is then sealed.

In today's world remote monitoring of consumption of water, gas and electricity is carried out by special electronic counters. Our electronic lab has developed a unique instrument accuracy class C (optionally, A or b), allowing to record the water consumption. The counter is designed to work with both cold and hot water.

The results of the first competition of December 3, 2020 were summed up with the main prize - printing a 3D model according to your drawings. Thanks to everyone who took part. We will hold another competition soon.

The video talks about the development of fasteners for SSD drives in laptops. The SSD drive is clearly attached using a printed part.

2021, we begin with a threefold increase in the area of our company, and therefore in production capacity.

In the video, the head of the Elabory laboratory demonstrates a prototype smart watch developed by one of the company's engineers in his spare time as a hobby project. As the basis of the watch, a wireless Wi-Fi controller ESP32 and a LILYGO card are taken.

The video shows high-quality printing of 3D object (owl model) in accelerated time mode (timelapse). The video is accompanied by music and has a fascinating effect - a voluminous form appears before your eyes "out of nothing."