3D Prototyping offers greater accuracy and detailed prototypes, with a large build area of 350 x 350 x 200mm and a build layer of 16 microns;
Extensive range of materials available, more than any other 3D Printer in the world, we now offer materials that are closer to ABS, Polypropylene, Poly Carbonate and rubber like materials that can be painted, drilled, machined together incorporating electro plating and vacuum metalised. For larger parts materials are suitable for gluing to form whatever size prototype you require.
Stereolithography (SLA) process produces plastic parts directly from 3D CAD model; Stereolithography is an additive manufacturing process which employs a vat of liquid ultraviolet curable photopolymer ‘resin’ and an ultraviolet laser to build parts’ one at a time. The SLA process is highly accurate and suitable for fine detailed parts. Prototypes made by Stereolithography are strong and can be machined and used as master patterns for injection moulding, thermoforming, blow moulding, and various metal casting processes.
Functionality and structural testing of your prototypes - we produce your prototypes in a range of materials to match the material specifications of your fully functional manufactured part. Have your prototype produced in a range of materials is often more cost effective than SLA or 3D Printed prototypes. Materials include ABS, Acrylic, Polypropylene, Polycarbonate, Nylon 6 and Nylon 66, Glass filled Nylon.
Powder based 3D printing most suited for architectural and medical modelling. Printed models from this printing type is considered brittle and not manualable as is materials used is other forms of 3D Printing.
The incredible strength of carbon fibre comes from the long, continuous strands that load down the entire part. Imagine space shuttles, rockets, and Formula 1 cars – they are constructed from continuous strand carbon. Prints like plastic, but stiffer than aluminium. Carbon Fibre CFF™ is perfect for fixtures, jigs, and parts that need the highest strength-to-weight ratio. Can be used in functional prototype testing. With other materials falling within this range including Kevlar, Fibre Glass and Nylon, these print materials will give a different weight, texture and prototype use and abilities.
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