Post-Processing

Sauber Technologies extends partnership with AM Solutions

The partnership has been extended by two years, as a result of a fruitful business relationship since 2021

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Sauber Technologies has extended its technology partnership with AM Solutions. The partnership, which was sealed in 2021, has been prolonged for two additional years, thanks to the valuable and trustful business relationship that has been providing both parties with reportedly excellent results.

The automated post-processing of additively manufactured parts is essential for Sauber Technologies for the economical production of repeatable and high-quality printed parts, especially on an industrial scale. Over the last year, the company benefited from Rösler’s decades of experience in surface finishing, by using post-processing equipment provided by its brand, AM Solutions. Several 3D printed parts have also been featured on the Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN C42 – taking the strategic partnership from the factory to the track.

Under AM Solutions, the Rösler Group bundles all activities related to additive manufacturing with an outstanding range of products and services, including systems, consumables, and process engineering for the series-ready and automated post-processing of additively manufactured parts. Rösler’s many years of cross-industry experience in surface finishing in a real production environment, as well as its own mechanical engineering, form the strong backbone of AM Solutions offerings.

Sauber Technologies extends partnership with AM Solutions as a result of a fruitful business relationship since 2021.
Christoph Hansen, Director of Technology & Innovation of Sauber Engineering, with Stephan Rösler, President & CEO of the Rösler Group, in 2021.

As part of the relationship between Sauber Technologies and AM Solutions, the two partners are currently collaborating in the field of stereolithography (SLA) in post-processing, to develop solutions to maximize the efficiency of the cleaning process and support removal. Sauber Technologies is already using several mass finishing and shot-blasting machines from AM Solutions.

“Over the past year, the partnership with AM Solutions has been of fundamental importance, as several business practices of the Sauber Group have been employing them, from the wind tunnel models to the most experimental components, and, of course, the Formula One cars. AM Solutions have brought their excellent experience and solutions to Sauber Technologies, helping us creating 3D printed parts faster and in a more efficient way, two essential qualities for an ever-evolving business like ours. I am glad to be extending our partnership with the Rösler Group, and I am already looking forward to seeing what else we could achieve together in the future,” said Christoph Hansen, COO of Sauber Technologies.

“The extension of our partnership with Sauber Technologies is an important milestone for AM Solutions – 3D post-processing technology. The Sauber Group has a long tradition of using additively manufactured components in Formula One cars and has been therefore interested in exploring the vast opportunities that 3D printing offers in terms of design, material selection, and lightweight construction. High-quality and repeatable post-processing is of great importance for the optimization of the entire process chain, and that is where we bring our decades of expertise in surface finishing, together with our customized solutions developed specifically for the peculiarities of AM-manufactured parts. For these reasons, we have the perfect partner at our side in Sauber Technologies,” said Volker Löhnert, Managing Director of Rösler Oberflächentechnik GmbH.

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