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  • Clients we worked for

View some examples of our recent work here. The overview is regularly updated after projects have been completed and publication has been permitted by the client.

D3Aak Boat

The D3Aak is a 3D printed barge boat, completely manufactured without molds, custom made and made of recycled plastic. The D3Aak is electrically powered and is 100% recyclable after end of life.

Service Desk

Commissioned by Posten Norge (Norway), HB3D printed a service desk from recycled material. The desk consists of a firm main body and a decorative ornamental cover plate printed separately.



A 3D printed 4.5m long 600 kg catamaran-shaped casco boat commissioned by Drifty.

Boat Ventilation Grill

Commissioned by B-Craft boats, HB3D printed two ventilation grills (port- and starboard) for a 9.2m boat (a combination of a towboat and a luxury dayboat for relaxing).

PP-Foam Printing + Milling

Foaming agent applied to PP delivers almost 20% weight reduction!


Commissioned by the German company DecoDrops, HB3D carried out the series production of decorative planters. The DecoDrops are intended for long-term outdoor use in gardens and are made of fiberglass-filled and fully recycled PETG.

Formidable Lighting

Formidable Lighting, by artist designer Esseline Keeven, makes large light objects from hybrid materials with 3D robot printing. Her lamps ‘pop’ in a structure of minimal elastic energy, giving the lamps a unique organic and surprising shape.

Stop Signs Canal Cruise

For the municipality of Haarlem (North Holland), HB3D produced new outdoor stop signs for the canal boat center route. The materials are made of reusable thermoplastic. This assignment was performed in collaboration with Design Bureau Arjan Karssen.

Molds for Superyacht Mast

Commissioned by VABO Composites, HB3D printed several molds for mast parts of a superyacht. The molds were post-processed by robot milling and fully reusable. The length of the molds varied from 1m to 4m.

XL Lampshades

The six large outdoor lampshades on and around the shopping square ‘Marsmanplein’ in Haarlem, originally made of canvas, have been replaced by brand new versions from thermoplastic. Thanks to this unique assignment, HB3D has demonstrated the value of 3D robot printing for renovation of large esthetic objects and application for outdoor space.

Molds Sailboat

Commissioned by Paul Dijkstra Composites, HB3D printed molds for the hull and deck of a 4-meter-long competition sailboat. After printing, the products were milled with the same robot. The molds have been used for use in the autoclave.

Lattice Pedestals

Commissioned by Fiction Factory and Nike, HB3D printed a series of cylindrical pedestals for displaying sports equipment in shops. The pedestals have a special lattice structure (open-mesh grid), which made it possible to produce super-lightweight, stiff and strong products.

Quotes from our customers

“We like to work together with HB3D. We are complementary in many areas and as partners we increase our strength, knowledge and capacity.”

“Thanks to the technical expertise and production capabilities of HB3D, we are better able to provide our customers with tailor-made products.”

“We very much like to work with HB3D. HB3D was the only company from Finland to Israel who could make my garden beds and flowerpots using 5D printing. Collaboration is always constructive and empirical. I am glad to work with them.”

“Supporting from sketch to end product!”

“Together with HB3D, we have implemented a 7-axis printer robot in our workflow. HB3D has taken the role of system integrator and application developer. We see HB3D as a leading partner in the field of robot printing and milling development.”

“Thinking along, innovative, creative and critical!”

“HB3D helped us enormously with the realization of prototypes where a combination of printing and milling turned out to be the perfect solution.”

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