Drone Bird Company developed ultra-realistic Falcon-shaped 3D-printed drones

 Drone Bird Company

The Drone Bird Company, a Dutch technology firm, has introduced an innovative and sustainable solution to bird control in the form of ultra-realistic Falcon-shaped drones created using 3D printing technology. With the help of additive manufacturing, the company has managed to reduce production costs while simultaneously increasing versatility in design and accelerating delivery times.

The use of 3D printing technology has allowed the Drone Bird Company to optimize its production process and create printed birds made from materials with high strength, thermal stability, buoyancy, quality sunfish finish, and detail. The use of 3D printing has also allowed the company to reduce the material used per build by 10% when compared to handmade variants. The speed at which parts can be manufactured and tested has enabled more rapid prototyping of components, allowing the firm to meet new challenges and pursue novel ideations of the product while retaining design freedom in shape, material attributes, and wall thickness.

The realistic design of these Falcon-shaped drones makes them effective in deterring wildlife and bird populations from airfields. Additionally, they can be used to assess livestock, deter predators, and check irrigation systems remotely. Initially handmade with fiberglass and epoxy, the Drone Bird Company has revolutionized its production process with 3D printing technology.

Furthermore, the Drone Bird Company’s 3D printed Falcon-shaped drones provide a humane and sustainable bird control measure in designated locations. The realistic design and impressive capabilities of these drones have the potential to revolutionize the bird control and agricultural industries. The use of this technology in bird control could potentially eliminate the need for harmful chemicals or physical barriers, making it a more environmentally friendly solution.

According to 3dprinting news, the Drone Bird Company’s use of 3D printing technology has allowed them to create ultra-realistic Falcon-shaped drones that offer long-term, humane, and sustainable bird control measures in designated locations. With their impressive capabilities and realistic design, these drones have the potential to revolutionize the bird control and agricultural industries while providing a more environmentally friendly solution.

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