3D Printing

Transform your digital blueprints into tangible masterpieces using our cutting-edge 3D printing technology. Harness the power of advanced additive manufacturing to bring your innovative designs to life with precision and quality.

3D Printing Technologies

HP MJF Machine

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

HP's Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is a leading 3D printing technology that utilizes nylon powder layers on a build platform. A fusing agent is precisely jetted onto the powder, complemented by a detailing agent. This combination solidifies the powder particles, crafting a robust layer, making MJF a top choice for precision 3D printing.

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Stereolithography part

Stereolithography (SLA)

Stereolithography (SLA) is a key 3D printing method that harnesses UV light to cure liquid resin layer by layer. Known for its high-resolution outputs, SLA is favored for producing intricate designs with smooth finishes.

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Selective lazer sintering part

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a standout 3D printing technology where a laser fuses powdered material, layer by layer. Celebrated for its durability and precision, SLS is ideal for crafting complex structures without support material.

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Polyjet part

PolyJet Printing

PolyJet printing is a 3D printing technology that uses photopolymer resins to produce high-resolution parts with intricate details and smooth surface finishes.

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Fused deposition modeling

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is a prominent 3D printing technique where thermoplastic material is extruded layer by layer to craft detailed objects. Renowned for its versatility, FDM is a go-to for both prototyping and end-use production.

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Post Proccessing

What is AM Post-Processing?

Additive Manufacturing (AM) post-processing encompasses specialized techniques tailored for refining 3D printed parts. This phase is crucial for enhancing surface finishes, ensuring dimensional accuracy, and bolstering the overall quality of objects crafted through additive manufacturing.

Why is AM Post-Processing Needed?

In the realm of 3D printing, raw outputs often exhibit rough textures, visible layering, and minor flaws. To achieve optimal aesthetics, functionality, and longevity, post-processing becomes essential, acting as the bridge between initial production and a polished end product.

AM post-processing techniques Include:

1. Sanding and polishing - to smooth out the surface finish of the part
2. Painting and coating - to enhance the part's aesthetics and protect it from environmental factors
3. Chemical smoothing - to dissolve the surface layer of the part to improve its finish
4. Heat treatment - to improve the part's mechanical properties, such as strength and durability
5. Machining - to remove excess material and achieve a desired shape and size6.

Optimizing 3D Prints with AM Post-Processing

3D printing often involves post-processing for refinement. This includes removing supports, essential for models during printing, and specific to the technology used. While MJF and SLS bypass this step, other methods like SLA require ultraviolet curing. Finishing touches range from sanding to heat treatments, ensuring a polished, durable product.

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