Case Study: Gullmolar

Rapid product development with 3D printing gets fish processing equipment to market faster

Elliði Hreinsson founder of Curio, a top producer of processing machinery for the heading, filleting, and skinning of fish uses polymer and metal 3D printing to optimize equipment.


Elliði Hreinsson uses two Envision One DLP systems to print designs on-demand to test for fit, functionality and final manufacturing with tooling investment.

In this case study you will learn about:

  • ETEC’s DLP technology and how this process enables printing of smooth, accurate parts in a fraction of the time compared to other technologies.

  • How 3D printing enables Hreinsson to customize his designs to meet the industry’s needs and offer customers quick turnaround times.

  • Combining plastic and metal 3D printing for rapid development and iteration and how this allowed Hreinsson to reduce the time to market of the latest Curio fish filleting system, the C-2034, by an entire year. 

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