3-D Printing Services

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3D Printing

Explore the boundless world of 3D printing.

Embrace the ease of 3D printing with us. Collaborate with us to bring your project to life using cutting-edge 3D printing technologies. We specialize in FDM, SLS, SLA, DMLS, and PolyJet, offering diverse options to suit your needs. With a state-of-the-art 3D printer fleet and a team of seasoned engineers, we guarantee the utmost quality for your 3D prints.

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3D Scanning

Leverage Cutting-Edge 3D Scanning Technologies for Unprecedented Precision.

Our scanners have impressive accuracy up to 0.05 mm and use the most recent technologies. Whether your project involves small, intricate models or larger structures spanning from 0.05 m to 4 m, our 3D scanning capabilities have you covered.

Capture the essence of every detail as we provide you with meticulously measured 3D models of virtually any object. These prints may be smoothly transferred into CAD programs for additional modification and optimization before being brought to fruition via 3D printing.

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Our 3D printing technology consultation service ensures a tailored approach to meet your requirements. The process begins by understanding your needs and identifying the most suitable 3D printing technology. Following this, we carefully select the optimal materials and printing parameters. The culmination of our service involves providing you with a complimentary estimate for the 3D printing service in your chosen technology.

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Post- Processing

To enhance the visual and tactile appeal of 3D printing and elevate its overall value, we provide a range of chemical and mechanical processing options. Our modeling services include folding or gluing prints, chemical treatments, mechanical refinements, UV exposure for resin prints, rotational polishing (SLS), surface dyeing (SLS), mudding and sanding, and painting and varnishing. These techniques ensure that your 3D prints meet and exceed your expectations.

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3D Modelling

The CAD model creation process commences with the reception of technical documentation from the customer. Subsequently, a digital 3D model is generated, tailored explicitly for future printing using the chosen 3D printing technology. The commonly utilized formats for crafting digital models encompass IGS, OBJ, STP, X_T, STL, AutoCAD, CATIA, STEP, REVIT, IronCAD, FreeCAD, SAT, PARASOLID, NX, Blender, ACIS, 3DMAX, CREO, ArchiCAD, IGES, Inventor, SolidEdge, SolidWorks, Rhino, ThinkDesign, ZW3D, SketchUp, and various others.

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3D Printing Technologies

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is an additive manufacturing technique where a laser selectively fuses powdered materials, such as polymers or metals, layer by layer. Renowned for its versatility, SLS enables the creation of intricate and functional prototypes and durable end-use parts. The process offers various material options, contributing to its popularity in multiple industries. For instance, SLS can be applied in the automotive industry to create durable components like engine mounts or intricate interior features, showcasing its adaptability.

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Stereolithography (SLA)

Stereolithography (SLA) utilizes a high-precision UV laser to cure liquid resin layer by layer, resulting in exceptionally detailed and accurate 3D prints. Recognized for its ability to produce smooth surfaces and intricate geometries, SLA is for applications requiring high precision, such as developing detailed prototypes and complex models.
Stereolithography (SLA) is often employed in the medical field to produce detailed anatomical models for surgical planning. Surgeons can utilize these accurate 3D-printed models to enhance their understanding of complex procedures before entering the operating room.

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Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is a widely adopted 3D printing technology that melts and extrudes thermoplastic filaments layer by layer. Known for its accessibility and cost-effectiveness, FDM is for prototyping, concept models, and the production of functional parts. Its straightforward process and material variety make it a go-to choice for various applications. FDM finds extensive use in the production of architectural models. Architects and designers leverage FDM to bring their designs to life, creating scale models with precision and cost-effectiveness.

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Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) represents an advanced metal 3D printing technique where a laser selectively sinters and fuses metal powders. This technology creates robust and high-precision metal components, making it invaluable in industries such as aerospace and healthcare, where complex metal parts are essential for performance and functionality. Jet engine components, where intricate designs and high-strength materials are paramount, can be efficiently produced using DMLS technology.

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PolyJet Printing

PolyJet technology takes a unique approach by using jets to release layers of liquid photopolymer that are promptly cured with UV light. This simultaneous multi-material printing capability makes PolyJet ideal for crafting intricate, multicolor, and high-detail models. Its versatility and ability to replicate a broad range of material properties contribute to its application in fields demanding visual realism. It is particularly suitable for consumer product design. For example, in the consumer electronics industry, PolyJet can be utilized to create realistic prototypes of devices like smartphones, allowing designers to assess both form and function before mass production.

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Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF)

Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF) is an innovative 3D printing technology that leverages agents and infrared light to fuse layers of powder, resulting in robust and functional parts. Recognized for its speed and efficiency, MJF is suitable for both rapid prototyping and manufacturing applications. Its precision and ability to produce intricate structures make MJF a versatile choice for various industries seeking efficient, high-quality production solutions. It is gaining prominence in the production of custom medical implants. For instance, hip or knee implants tailored to a patient's anatomy can be efficiently manufactured using MJF, optimizing fit and functionality.

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