Pexraytech is a Otaniemi, Finland based high-tech company that develops and manufactures cutting-edge portable X-Ray imaging systems. Pexraytech makes use of the extensive X-Ray engineering expertise that Finland has, providing innovative and intuitive solutions for two focus areas: Security market and Industrial NDT (Non Destructive Testing). They also offer advanced customized systems to users who need special X-Ray solutions for other applications
Satel is world’s leading expert and innovator in independent radio networking technology. They develop and sell high quality private radio technology solutions that enable secure, mission-critical connections. They also offer network design and technical support, and have a global distributor network. The company’s history extends to year 1986.
Metsä Board specializes in eco-friendly fresh fiber paperboards, and its products are mainly used in food and consumer product packaging. The company has long been focusing on circular economy solutions to meet customers’ future packaging requirements, such as the traceability of renewable raw materials and the recyclability of packaging. Part of Metsä Group, Metsä Board has altogether eight mills, seven of which are located in Finland.
Teleste is an expert in broadband data and video services that delivers smart solutions for public transport and security segments. Etteplan was involved in a user interface redesign project covering S-AWARE® and S-VMX – comprehensive incident and video management applications that allow easy and firm control of various data types as well as help in improving the safety of people and the infrastructure.
Revonte develops e-bike drive systems and in the late 2019 they started their collaboration with Etteplan. Etteplan designed and executed a wireless measuring system for pedalling torque, which enabled Revonte's first prefabrication series to be made. They'll soon be starting their mass production phase.
While Etteplan’s AMO team is working hard to show our customers how to benefit most from additive manufacturing, we are always searching for the best manufacturing method for each design. This customer case is a good example of how “hybrid manufacturing”, a combination of additive and traditional subtractive manufacturing techniques, can be utilized to efficiently produce a very demanding product.
Car driving is experiencing a transformation, as ownership is increasingly giving way to needs-based transportation. Residents of Tripla are being offered driving as a service with the car-sharing service NF Sharing. NF Fleet, owned jointly by Nordea Finance Finland Ltd and ALD Automotive, is supplying an electric car that can be rented via a mobile app to residents of the housing company.
Rayo 3DToothfill aims to improve the lives of billions of people with affordable, high-quality dental health. Their solution provides the best results with comparable costs for the dentist and for the patients. To ensure their solution is usable in different surroundings, it is simple and easy-to use.
The service history of devices and machinery is not always recorded or it is recorded in numerous booklets and folders, in both companies and homes. Recording service entries is complicated and often the service book is not on hand right when the servicing is being carried out.
The fueling station equipment needed for fuel distribution must operate 24/7 year-round, without interruption. Etteplan is Gilbarco Veeder-Root’s co-operation partner in producing remote equipment maintenance services and software development.
Fastems is a provider of intelligent factory automation solutions. Etteplan is Fastems’ software development services partner in designing, developing, software testing and implementing the control systems of flexible manufacturing systems (FMS). Thanks to the long-standing partnership, Etteplan’s
John Deere Forestry Oy asked Etteplan to redesign a hydraulic block for a tree harvester boom in order to best utilize the geometric freedoms offered by additive manufacturing, i.e. 3D printing. The goals from the redesign were to decrease pressure drop, make assembly easier, reduce weight, and minimize production costs.
Etteplan offers its software solutions for Glaston. Existing systems have been developed and supported in the conception of future solutions.
With the coronavirus outbreak in January 2020 we have learnt that life can take unexpected turns. The availability of committed health care professionals and medical supplies have proven to be our most valuable resources these days. The corona pandemic posed to Demcon, a Dutch based company specializing in advanced medical technology and products such as respiratory systems, the biggest challenge in the company history.
Teknoware designs and manufactures high-quality led-based interior lighting systems for vehicles and emergency lighting systems for buildings and cruise ships. With over 70 million EUR turnover they employ over 600 lighting experts in eight different countries, and the global network offers our expertise in more than 30 countries. The head office and largest production facilities are located in Lahti, Finland.
Ca-Sa Välimeren Herkut Oy is a small food factory located in Espoo that produces Mediterranean specialties such as olives, artichokes, hummus, pesto and tzatziki as well as a wide range of different marinades and dressings from cuisines around the world.
Neste opened its first automated car wash station at Karakallio, Espoo in December of 2019. The back-end system and the automation solutions have been developed together with Etteplan. The emphasis was to make washing the car as easy and comfortable as possible for the customers.
Unified Chargers Oy is a Finnish designer and producer of EV charging stations. They develop advanced and smart solutions for the charging of EVs.
Etteplan offers a comprehensive set of services related to the creation of additive manufactured goods. We combine additive manufacturing expertise with our company-wide excellence in the fields of mechanical engineering and simulation techniques.