Netshape is an industrial manufacturing process that allows working a material and giving it its final shape in a single step. It can be composed of one or more materials injected simultaneously. Netshape involves producing a piece without creating any waste of raw materials, meaning that the weight of the finished piece is equal to the weight of the raw material used.
There are no fabric scraps, no injection runners, and no trimming or machining steps required to achieve the geometry and aesthetics of the final piece. It encompasses a set of techniques focusing on the triad of raw materials, tooling, and manufacturing process.
The Netshape method also helps reduce manufacturing costs and the need for finishing. DEMGY is capable of producing your Netshape parts, even complex/hollow shapes, using its expertise, as was the case with the Traxium Compressor, a football shoe made for Decathlon and Kipsta.