3d printing special solutions innovation


Eye for detail and innovation

Are you starting a new manufacturing business? Or do you need to replace your current machines? Then it is a good idea to contact HRS in Kalundborg! We are specialists in developing special machines and other innovative solutions for industry.

At HRS, we are committed to an open customer dialogue, so we are always on the same page in the process - and we have the same understanding of what the task is. In other words, we deliver customised solutions that are 100% tailored to your business needs. A long-lasting solution where the innovative details make all the difference.


Special machines - how it works

A course with us typically starts with a meeting, where the task is presented and reviewed. As a business owner, you are an expert in your field and therefore have specialist knowledge in relation to the processes you want to automate. We, on the other hand, are experts in devising and developing the most optimal and efficient special solutions for your company's production. This is precisely why close cooperation and ongoing dialogue are important for the project and the final result.

We always put a lot of energy into the start of the project, as this is where we define and target the task together - and agree on the most appropriate solution.


3D construction - tailor-made special machines from HRS

With us, flexibility and efficiency are included in the price, and we always strive to have a short turnaround time so you can get started with production quickly. With our complex and modern machinery, we also offer 3D design so we can customise the product to your exact needs - and before we start the actual development, you'll also get a 3D drawing so you can see all the features.


We are driven by a relentless curiosity

When you order new special solutions from HRS, you will experience a dedicated and curious engineering team motivated by innovative and alternative solutions - often complex problems can be solved with simple tools.

What is CNC?

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) refers to production machines that use a computer to produce many uniform and complex parts in metal and other materials. The computer controls the cutting and shaping of the material using, for example, CAD-CAM programming, which is a process in which the computer converts a drawing into numbers, or ISO programming, which is done by directly entering coordinates into the program.

CNC therefore simply means that the lathe or mill is computer controlled and all movements are made according to the programming that has been done.

CNC machining has a number of clear advantages over manual machining:

  • More efficient production - a CNC machine can produce objects quickly and identically
  • Very low level of error results
  • Ability to produce complex parts
  • A lowered unit price by the automated working process


3D printing is a production method where the part is built from scratch - using lots of thin layers of plastic melted on top of each other.

Imagine a computer-controlled glue gun that quickly applies one layer of glue at a time. When the first layer is dry, another is applied on top, and gradually the 3D object is created. It can take minutes or hours.

We can produce plastic stencils in almost any colour, and can run up to four colours in the same print.

We can print in: PEEK, PLA, PETG, TPE - and materials with additives, such as stainless steel and carbon.


What is 3D design?

3D is short for Three Dimensional.

In the 3D design and 3D modelling process, we create a representation of an object's three-dimensional surface using our design tool Solidworks.

The result is called a 3D model, i.e. a computer drawing displayed in three dimensions.

What is 3D scanning?

3D scanning is a technology that can create a 3D digital model of a physical object. The technology takes the form of a laser light pattern that is projected down onto the subject and reflected back, this then produces a mass of points. It's called a point cloud. We can then draw on this point cloud using our 3D drawing program solidworks.


What is Aseptic Design?

Ensuring maximum cleanability of equipment is called 'aseptic design'.

Ideally, everything should be cleanable without problem areas where particles and bacteria can grow, as well as ensuring that everything can be washed clean either by machine or manually.

Hygienic design depends on materials, products and operation.

Two common "rules" are that all tanks and pipes must have good drainage and all surfaces must be smooth, even and free of cracks.


What is Poka Yoke?

Poka Yoke is a technique that focuses on designing processes and products so that mistakes cannot happen. Poka Yoke is therefore a form of error proofing that we always include in our design process. This ensures well thought-out solutions where user-friendliness is paramount and the risk of error is eliminated.




Jørgen Larsen

3D coordinator



MATHIAS TURAC 3D Coordinator HRS Kalundborg Innovation


3D coordinator

Jørgen Larsen Coordinator HRS Kalundborg Innovation

Jørgen Larsen