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3D PRINTING SERVICE

Are you looking for improved lead times? affordable 3D prints? durability? precision?

Are you looking for improved lead times? affordable 3D prints? durability? precision?

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

FDM printers use a thermoplastic filament, which is heated to its melting point and then extruded, layer by layer, to create a three dimensional object.

Multi Jet Fusion
(MJF)

Complex, lower cost parts produced by applying heat to powdered polymers to fuse them together in a layer-by-layer fashion to produce a three-dimensional object.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

SLS printers fuse powdered plastic, ceramic or glass via heat from a high-power laser to form three-dimensional objects.

Stereolithography
(SLA)

A 3D printing process for creating three-dimensional objects by hardening liquid plastics into solid objects, one layer at a time, using laser
light.

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Atomic Diffusion
(ADAM)

A process that starts with metal powder, captures it in a plastic binder and then forms it into a part shape one layer at a time. The object is then sintered in a furnace, burning off the binder and solidifying the powder into the final fully-dense metal part.

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

A process by which parts are built using a laser to selectively sinter (heat and fuse) a powdered metal material into layers to produce accurate, fully dense metal parts.

Polyjet Printing
(Objet)

A process by which layers of curable liquid photopolymer are jetted onto a build tray creating exceptional detail, surface smoothness and precision.

Continuous Liquid Interface (CLIP)

A technology that uses digital light projection (DLP), oxygen permeable optics, and programmable liquid resins to produce parts with excellent mechanical properties, resolution, and surface finish.

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