3D Printing

What is 3D printing?

3D printing is an umbrella term used to describe all additive manufacturing technologies. It is a process that uses digital CAD models to literally add material together to ultimately create three-dimensional objects. Unlike subtractive manufacturing, where the object is achieved through the removal of material from a solid block, additive manufacturing constructs the object through successively depositing layers of material.

What are the advantages of 3D printing?

Through 3D printing, objects or parts are built in very thin layers allowing for highly complex geometries that are impossible via any other manufacturing process. 3D printing works best for rapidly creating functional prototypes and end-use parts that are high in detail. There are a number of additive manufacturing technologies available, each with their own advantages based on the layering methodology and material used – with a range of plastics and metals available. Our rigorous quality control measures and commercial-grade equipment create highly precise parts every time.

Our 3D Print Technologies

DLP

Our DLP 3D printers can print with the quality of  50×50 microns pixel size and 25 microns minimal layer height. This allows us to print high quality precious parts for your needs.

FDM

We use Hight quality FDM printers which will allow you to crate your prototype in many different materials and quality. This technology can even be used in small scale production.