Omni3D – polish manufacturer of industrial 3D printers in FFF technology will take part in the final of the fifth edition of the international competition “Innovation to Company” coordinated by the Vienna Chamber of Commerce. The company received the final task to perform from Frauenthal Service, a company that is part of Frauenthal Holding, on which it has been working in recent days.
Paweł Robak, President of the Board of Omni3D says:
I admit that we have been looking forward to the final task from Frauenthal Service. The solution was worked on by the research department and the printouts department. Of course, I hope that the results of our activities will be satisfying and we will be back satisfied with the final outcome of the competition.
Omni3D has proposed an innovative solution based on fast 3D printing of damaged spare parts, which will take place in four stages:
- obtaining an item
- GCODE preparation
- 3D printing.
During the Monday finals in Vienna, the Polish company will present its proposal. Next to it, three companies from the Austrian and German market will present their ideas. This is the only company from Poland participating in the struggle.
This year’s edition of the competition announced five different tasks directed, among others to startups. Their goal is to find the best ideas and innovations for existing companies with an established position on the market. Frauenthal Serivce is looking for innovative startups, including in the area of 3D industrial printing, referred to in the description of the challenge and competition presentation.