Lunaar is one of the few gold partners of RealWear, a leading company in the AR market that develops robust and reliable smart glasses for different environments. Lunaar enables collaboration between emergency responders and experts worldwide.
Lunaar’s product enables female customers to visually assist in critical operations such as machine maintenance, training, quality control, and many others. This solution provides a visual interface and connects to a remote agent who can help perform certain critical tasks. Lunaar increases the sustainability of its customers* operations by providing easy remote access.
Sculpteo’s 3D printing service helps Lunaar design, develop and 3D print specific clips that are flexible and robust to attach to their customers safety helmets. The flexibility of 3D printing allows the design to be precisely tailored to actual conditions.
Innovation in design
Lunaar is a reseller (Gold Partner) of RealWear products designed for most PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), but not all. Because helmet manufacturers have their own designs, the smart glasses were not compatible with all helmets. 3D printing allowed Lunaar to develop multiple connectors that fit most helmets.
Thanks to attractive 3D printing pricing and Sculpteo’s flexibility, Lunaar can offer different references for a variety of helmet brands.
The material used for the clips is Ultrasint PA11, which is made from 100% renewable biomass sources. Ultrasint PA11 is a bio-derived powder with high toughness and good ductility. It provides impact resistance for numerous applications.
Lunaar helps customers* gain sustainability by eliminating the need to print many complex processes and send experts around the globe.
“Sculpteo had a very pleasant experience, was responsive and responsive to our needs,” says Frédéric Tavares, CEO of LUNAAR.
Find out more about Sculpteo at sculpteo.com.
For more information about LUNAAR, please visit lunaar.fr.
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