"The spherene technology introduces a completely new way of thinking about how components can be designed and laid out, which has been lacking until now."
"...clearly addressing one of the cross-cutting themes of the ESA technology strategy, but in a novel way."
"The geometries developed by Spherene can impressively realize [...] added value for additively manufactured products."
"It’s ideal - it's the inverted sphere geometry!"
Learn from our use cases
How we outperform lattices by 79%
ADMS has promising performance to optimize structures. As it is hard to make a statement without a validation against current technologies, we wanted to compare it against well known lattice structures.
How we achieve highest efficiency at lowest cost
The GE Bracket Challenge is a global benchmark for lightweighting a 3D-printed aircraft component. Our lightweight design beats the GE bracket challenge winner, achieved with a fraction of the design & production cost:
Benefits of support free-printing in Medical Implants
Our Innosuisse project with the University of Applied Sciences FHNW (titanium implants) & University of Zürich UZH (bio-ceramic bone replacements) confirmed excellent benefits of our technology for medical implants:
Reducing Carbon Footprint by almost 50%
Learn how we took a standard aircraft bracket and optimized it to reduce part mass and material waste, reducing the carbon footprint by almost 50%.