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3D Printing Solutions

3D Printing empowers every stage of product design. Match the right technology & material for your project and get an instant quote to start Your 3D Printed journey

3D Printing Capabilities

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is a process that builds objects layer by layer using a digital model. Find the right technology for you here and get an instant quote. Your 3D Printed journey starts right here.

SLM 3D Printing

Fusing fine metal powders layer by layer, SLM can craft high-quality intricate metal parts.
What is SLM?

Selective Laser Melting (SLM) is a cutting-edge 3D printing process that melts metal powders into solid parts with intricate precision, layer by layer, through high-intensity laser melting.

Our Production Capabilities of SLM

Technical data of our SLM 3D printing capabilities.

SLM Pros & Cons

SLM is a highly capable 3D printing technology that offers numerous benefits for producing complex metal parts. However, it requires meticulous control of process parameters and material standards to obtain parts that precisely meet expected specifications.

How are people utilizing SLM?

SLM is widely used in various industries for the production of complex and high-strength metal parts.

SLM 3D Printing

SLS 3D Printing

SLS 3D printing uses powdered materials to shape durable parts precisely.
What is SLS?

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a 3D printing technology that uses a laser to selectively fuse a bed of powdered material, typically nylon or other polymers, to create a solid object layer by layer.

Our Production Capabilities of SLS

Technical data of our SLS 3D printing capabilities.

SLS Pros & Cons

One of the great advantages of SLS is that no support structures are required during the printing process.

How are people utilizing SLS?

We found SLS popular in the current innovation and product development landscape. Check how SLS is widely used in industries such as Aerospace, Medical, Automotive, and so on.

SLS 3D Printing

MJF 3D Printing

A high-speed, high-precision 3D printing technology that creates strong parts.
What is MJF?

HP developed Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) in 2014. This revolutionary 3D printing technology uses plastic powder, typically polyamide materials, to produce functional parts with high precision.

Our Production Capabilities of MJF

Technical data of our MJF 3D printing capabilities.

MJF Pros & Cons

MJF is a fast, precise 3D printing technology known for creating parts with strong mechanical properties. However, its advanced nature means it typically incurs higher costs.

How are people utilizing MJF?

People are using Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) for a variety of applications, from rapid prototyping to low-volume production runs.

MJF 3D Printing

SLA 3D Printing

SLA is a precision 3D printing using light-curing resin for intricate details.
What is SLA?

Stereolithography (SLA) is an advanced 3D printing method that intricately solidifies photosensitive liquid resin using a targeted light source, such as a laser or UV light, to create precise and detailed objects layer by layer.

Our Production Capabilities of SLA

Technical data of our SLA 3D printing capabilities.

SLA Pros & Cons

High level of detail and precision makes it well-suited for creating complex parts.

How are people utilizing SLA?

SLA printing is widely used in industries such as consumer products, art and design, and medical devices and is increasingly accessible to hobbyists and makers.

SLA 3D Printing

DLP 3D Printing

A technology known for printing intricate designs with resin materials.
What is DLP?

Digital light processing (DLP) 3D printing uses a projector to shine light onto the photosensitive resin layer by layer to create a product.

DLP Pros & Cons

The biggest advantage of DLP is its speed when it comes to resin-based printing.

How are people utilizing DLP?

DLP 3D printing is widely used in a variety of applications, including prototyping, jewelry making, medical and dental, and art and design

DLP 3D Printing
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