Finer, Precise and Reliable. Prototyping made easy.

Developing concepts prototype at an early stage helps determine practicability, identify potential challenges, and augment the design before going to production.

3D printing services offer a streamlined and efficient method to simplify your supply chain, reduce development times and increase the ability to adapt to customers’ needs. This is the future of manufacturing.


Fuesd Deposition Modeling (FDM)

The quickest and most affordable 3D printing technology with a wide range of materials like PLA, ABS, Nylon, PETG, Carbon Fiber etc.

FDM 3D printers are using one or two print heads for the deposition of melted 3D printing material. The material is melted and extruded through a nozzle, to create the desired object each layer at a time.

Stereolithography Apparatus (SLA)

Produce accurate models with sharp details and a stunning surface finish.

SLA/DLP use a UV sensitive photopolymer and a high powered laser that cures the resin layer by layer. The difference between SLA and DLP is that SLA uses focused UV light and DLP is projector type making it faster.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Freedom of very high design details and printing accuracy.

This 3D printing technique creates objects by sintering the powder inside the printer, using a laser. During this layer by layer process, the powder bed is preheated and a laser sinters the powder according to the 3D model to create the solid object. 

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

To topologically optimized to maximize the performance while minimizing their weight and the total number of components in an assembly.

These 3D printers create parts additively by sintering fine metal powder particles with a laser to fuse them together. The process is quite similar to the Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) process for plastic. The difference is the sintering temperature are much higher for metal printing techniques. 

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