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Customizable & 3D printed smartwatches

Together with Twikit, Raytech developed customizable titanium smartwatches. An online configurator makes it possible to customize the watches according to the wishes of the customer.

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Flag welcomes Raytech as one of its latest members!

23 April 2017

As industrial supplier for micro laser processing and 3D metal printing services, the aerospace industry is of strategic importance for Raytech. By being an active member of the Flemish Aerospace Group and its recently launched IBN-cluster, Raytech aims to contribute to further developments in this industry.

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New measurement machine

Raytech continues to specialize in the production of components with extremely high tolerances.

To continue to guarantee the quality of parts and production processes, the investment in new measurement equipment was necessary.

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9th model of 3D printed eyewear

7 July 2016

Together with designer Patrick Hoet, Raytech develops & produces tailor-made titanium eyewear frames. These spectacles frames are made with Additive Manufacturing.

In the meantime, nine different models are produced!

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3D event Syntra, Sirris and Raytech

3 December 2015

Together with Syntra and Sirris, Raytech organised a conference concentrated on the practical use of 3D metal printing. This conference was the last part of a four-staged educational program.

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3D printing: a new way of producing spectacles frames

Raytech produces already 30 years eyewear frames by various laser techniques. Thanks to Hoet Eyewear, Raytech implemented 3D printing as a new production technology to manufacture eyewear frames.

The frames are printed in titanium and are completely tailor-made.

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3D printing in Flanders: concentrated in Flam3D

2 November 2015

The new Flemish 3D platform ‘Flam3D’ was officially presented in the Flemish parliament by director Kris Binon. Flam3D represents companies and organizations who are active in the 3D printing business in Flanders.

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