In view of the long company history and the tradition-rich character of Gerhard Schubert GmbH (founded in 1966), the enthusiasm with which the company has launched itself into 3D printing may come as a surprise.
The manufacturer of modular packaging machines, headquartered in Crailsheim, Germany, mainly works with clients in the food, drink and cosmetics industries, and tailors each machine to the respective client.
Schubert first started employing 3D printing technology in 2014, and since additive manufacturing turned out to be the ideal solution for customised robot tools, five years later it is hard to find a Schubert machine that doesn’t feature additively manufactured parts.
Jörg Brenner has been working at Gerhard Schubert GmbH for 15 years and is now also CEO of Schubert Additive Solutions, a company spun out of Schubert’s 3D printing division. This company now provides the 3D […]
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