Manufacturers worldwide use 3D Printing to build prototypes, but now 3D printing is finding use in short-run manufacturing for plastic and metal production parts made in small to medium quantities where traditional tooling isn’t up to speed. Production in Polyamide, ABS like, PP like, Elastomeric, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Cobalt Chrome, etc. materials are available for production end use parts.
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Create high performance printed parts with the lowest cost of ownership. The MfgPro230 xS is one of the largest SLS printers in market with a print volume of 230x230x230mm. It allows you to create prints with no support material due to its SLS technology for producing 3D printed part with tough and durable mechanical properties. The MfgPro230 xS brings this capability to every prototyping user at an unprecedented value.
From 80.000,00 €
3D Printing TechnologySelective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Designed for industry without the need for industrial infrastructure; affordable, reliable, safe, and easy to use metal 3D Printer. Ideal for small to medium size part fabrication and multi-metal 3D printing research.
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3D Printing TechnologyLaser Metal Deposition (LMD)
Build Volume150x170x425 mm
Material CompatibilityAny commercially available metal in wire
Reliable, open-material and cost-effective for industrial dental production. iDEN160 is a metal 3D Printer with a large building plate and significant printing capabilities to create parts in high accuracy, for precision samples.
The iSLA1900D machine is an industrial-grade stereolithography (SLA) printer capable of printing extremely large plastic parts of high accuracy and detail. Ideal for plastic prints of large volumes for prototyping or casting.
SLA (Stereolithography) is an additive manufacturing process that works by focusing a UV laser on a vat of photopolymer resin. With the help of computer-aided manufacturing or computer-aided design(CAM/CAD) software, the UV laser is used to draw a pre-programmed design or shape onto the surface of the photopolymer vat. Photopolymers are sensitive to ultraviolet light, so the resin is photochemically solidified and forms a single layer of the desired 3D object. This process is repeated for each layer of the design until the 3D object is complete.