Watch our on-demand webinar event to discuss metal 3D printing for the Food Processing Industry with Elliði Hreinsson, Founder of Curio.
Curio fish processing systems are transformed with stainless steel parts 3D printed on the Desktop Metal Studio System 2. Join us for a conversation with Elliði Hreinsson, Founder of Curio, to hear about his experience designing food equipment with 3D printing – from plastic mockups to rapid prototyping and batch production in 316L with office-friendly Bound Metal Deposition technology.
In this webinar focused on the development of food processing equipment, we’ll discuss the following:
- Metal 3D printing as an affordable, easy-to-use solution that reduces time to market by an entire year
- Combining metal 3D printing with other methods for efficient production
- Applications from filleting machines that highlight the benefits of 3D printing and challenges of traditional manufacturing
About the Speaker
Elliði Hreinsson founded and built Curio into a top producer of processing machinery for the heading, filleting, and skinning of fish. The company was recently acquired by Marel (NASDAQ:MAREL), a global leader in the development and production of tools, complete solutions, software, and services for the food processing of chicken, meat, and fish. He remains committed to working toward the continuous development of fish processing machines to improve their durability, utilization, and speed. Today he is CEO of the part production company and subcontractor to Curio, Gullmolar, where he runs five Desktop Metal Studio Systems and two ETEC Envision One 3D printers around the clock.