We provide 3D printing services utilizing the latest additive manufacturing technologies that include FDM, SLS, SLA and many others. With our personalized approach clients receive best quality products always tailored to their specific needs.
We offer time and cost-efficient short-run manufacturing services. We also have expert knowledge on discrete design and manufacturing of housings for electronic and industrial equipment. Finishing work makes end-use products fully functional substitutes of injection molding elements.
SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) is a 3D printing technology that involves sintering of powdered plastic materials using a laser beam. This technology produces models with complex geometries, high render accuracy and high mechanical strength. PA12 is the most popular material used with this technology.
» Low-volume manufacturing
» Robust machine housings and parts
» Elements with complex geometry
FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) is a 3D printing technology which involves depositing successive layers of plastic materials which are released from an extrusion nozzle with a small diameter. A wide range of printing materials (e.g. ABS, ASA, PLA, PET, nylon) enables production of elements for multiple applications.
» Prototypes and concept models
» Manufacturing aids and tools
» Machine housings and parts
Stereolithography (SLA or SL) is a 3D printing technology in which objects are created by curing light-curing resins layer-by-layer using a laser beam. SLA is known for its high precision on parts produced. Stereolithography helps build fully transparent objects or master models for lost-model casting.
» Precision and special models
» Transparent models
» Masters for molds and lost-model casting
Post-print processing that involves sanding, dyeing or lacquer coating ensures a professional final effect for 3D prints and Vacuum Casted objects.
To ensure maximum functionality of our products, the parts manufactured have standard elements added such as threaded inserts which allow for the screw connection.
When processing large orders we integrate the 3D prints with traditionally (CNC or VC) fabricated parts.