3D-Printed Fixtures

Fixtures for manufacturing articles used in the wind turbine industry are typically produced manually. This is often a time- and cost-intensive process. This project concerns the development and implementation of methods for 3D-printing fixtures, so as to reduce fixture expenses by 80%.


Manually producing fixtures for manufacturing articles used in the wind turbine industry is often time- and cost-intensive. 3D printing of fixtures can reduce production downtime from 2–3 weeks to 24 hours.

Solution idea

3D-printed fixtures can reduce time-to-market and production line downtime while yielding savings of up to 80% in expenditures for wind turbine industry subcontractors.

Project deliverables

Methods and guidelines for 3D printing of fixtures

Problem owners

Wind OEMs

Problem solvers

Project video (in Danish)

Project timeline

Project status
Project completed.

PHASE 1: Conceptualisation
PHASE 2: Development and testing
PHASE 3: Demonstration and validation
PHASE 4: Commercialisation

Financed by


Start: September 2018
End: September 2020
Grant: DKK 1.141.060

Contact person

Christian Boysen

Christian Boysen
Tlf: +45 6171 8663