Competitiveness in the aviation industry requires engineers to search for new structural and material solutions. In both air and space, the strength-to-weight ratio factor is crucial, and in this respect, ultra-polymer parts printed in 3D technology work exceptionally well. The key here is both the properties of the material itself, which successfully replaces metal and the process of layered printing itself. 3D Printing enables the creation of shapes optimized in ways not possible with traditional manufacturing techniques.


The automotive industry is undergoing a dynamic change in the 21st century, moving away from the traditional manufacturing methods. In this field, the use of 3D printing is a must, and it is already used at the conceptual stage to create the first models or visualizations. Many companies print their tools for assembly lines, indicating a considerable time saving as a result. Such solutions not only reduce the cost and time-to-market but also lower the impact on our environment.

Manufacturing industry

The use of 3D printing in the manufacturing industry creates a significant reduction of the costs associated with traditional fabrication methods. The process of layered printing does not require an extensive machine park nor numerous people to operate production lines. Using a 3D printer to create prototypes helps to unleash the creativity of designers, thus reducing the time needed to redesign prototypes from weeks to days or even hours. Layer printing allows for easy fabrication of uniform objects in forms that are impossible to achieve from the standpoint of traditional manufacturing technologies.


Racing sports are another example of a sector where 3D printing has ceased to be used only in design and engineering offices as a tool to create functional models or models of parts. Because modern ultra-polymers offer advantages such as resistance to high temperatures and high loads, the parts produced in 3d printing are ideally suited to be used in the final units, replacing the metal used so far, thus reducing costs and environmental impact.


The creation of a model, presenting the completed architectural design, was until recently reserved only for luxury or exceptional projects. Thanks to 3D printing, nowadays, the creation of a model does not pose a big problem. Low cost and high speed of 3D printing technology make it possible to create mock-ups already at the initial stages of creation. The high quality and accuracy of layered printing allow the creation of more realistic models, precisely corresponding to the final result. 3d printers will easily create mock-ups of single segments, staircases, as well as entire houses and multi-module investments.


3D printing represents true freedom to create everything that does not conflict with the laws of physics. From the essential parts, through personalized objects of everyday use to technological novelties and works of art. The only boundary is the horizon of our imagination. Hobby users of 3D printers constitute a large community all over the world. Everyone who creates things using this technology can count on extensive meritorious support of others as well as access to websites on which verified, ready to print projects are made available.

Art and design

There is no exaggeration in saying that a 3D printer is a perfect tool for a variety of designers and artists. Both fashion creators and furniture designers can see how many new possibilities arise. On the one hand, it allows creating accurate models in the early stages of the design process. On the other, it significantly expands the possibilities of creating complex and sophisticated objects, overcoming the limitations of traditional manufacturing techniques. Layer printing allows you to bring the designer closer to the customer, regardless of the field he or she deals with, allowing affordable mass customization.

Scientific research and education

Innovatica printers are a perfect choice for education purposes – from elementary schools to universities. You can use it while teaching physics to the youngest – by creating the models that actually work. Innovatica 3D printer can enhance the productivity of students of all ages. It is easy to use, and its modular design allows the adaptation to almost every printing conditions. In higher education levels, printers can be used for creating innovative projects, tools, or spare parts for use in labs. Learn to bring concepts to reality and encourage creativity.


A 3D printer can be used as a tool for speeding up and enhancing the surgery preparations thanks to the well developed 3D printed models that can be used for practice. Not only medical students benefit from it - having 3D model allows to visualize patient-specific anatomical model so it can help in complicated cases that require special preparation. The printer also delivers sterile surgical instruments, tools and medical components that are robust, X-Ray resistant and X-Ray opaque – at a cost much smaller than traditional stainless steel equivalents.


Layer printing can not only reduce costs and improve the competitiveness of the services provided but can also change the face of the whole sector or even eliminate it. 3D printers already allow creating parts or entire products in the most remote corners of the world without the need for entire production facilities, molds, or specialist personnel. In addition to the massive reduction of transportation costs incurred each year by international corporations, the introduction of 3D printing contributes to a significant decrease in emissions every year, a reduction in the consumption of fossil fuels, and, consequently, the degradation of the natural environment.

Oli & gas

Solutions provided by Innovatica are beneficial for companies in the Oil & Gas industry. The ability to create parts resistant to fuels, oils and thinners is crucial for many subjects in this sector. 3D printing offers cost reduction, especially when it comes to low-volume production. Elements can be printed on-demand with a decrease in the warehouse area needed. It is also essential that thanks to additive manufacturing, it is possible to rapidly create spare parts in remote locations like oil platforms – where parts delivery is expensive and time-consuming.

Consumer products

The market for consumer products requires producers to be extremely creative and to implement new ideas, innovations, and design in an express manner. In order to stay one step ahead of the competition, it is essential to be able to test new prototypes quickly. 3D printing brings a change that reduces the waiting time for the evaluated model from weeks to days or even hours. 3D printers can now operate on materials that successfully compete with traditional ones in terms of quality and durability. These materials are suitable for creating final and sales-ready copies. The dawn of a new era has already begun, with 3D printing being used for mass production by both smaller manufacturers and global giants in raising number of industries.

Machinery design

Nowadays, it is hard to imagine a large design studio without a 3D printer. Simplified creation of early models and cheap prototyping are the advantages that cannot be overestimated, but the use of 3D printing does not end with the creation of a prototype. Ultra polymers used in layered printing turn out to be a material so durable and light that the parts created using them start to replace metal components successfully. Therefore, the projects of many new devices and machines already include the use of 3D printing in their final versions. Especially where smaller series are needed, the use of spatial printing can decrease production costs even several times.