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Plastic 3D Printing

From your office to the factory floor, our plastic 3D printers generate concept models, precision and functional prototypes, master patterns and molds for tooling, and real end-use parts to optimize your designs, streamline your workflows and bring innovative products to market faster. With 3D printing you can create models out of many different materials. The most common are thermoplastics, but there are many different ways to 3D print plastic. 


Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF also known as Fused deposition modeling- FDM), is the most common technology used to 3D print in plastic. The basic principle is to deposit layer upon layer of plastic until you reach the final 3D object. What 3D prints are used for depends on the material, but many FDM 3D printed plastic parts are great for prototypes, rough spare parts and tools.


If you’re looking for a smooth surface and high precision models, Vat photopolymerization technologies (Figure 4, DLP, SLA) are for you. This technology uses light source to harden liquid resins, creating the final object layer by layer. There is a variety of resin, such as rigid, elastomeric, castable, high temperature and with significant mechanical properties.


MultiJet technology produces 3D prints by rapidly spraying and curing liquid photopolymer in a layer by layer fashion. The resin is applied using an inkjet printing head. The result high surface quality, high detail with rigid, engineering and elastic materials. Also, the support material is wax which can be easily removed, and eliminates the risk of damaging the object while you remove it.


Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) uses powdered material as input, selectively fusing particles together, layer by layer. 3D objects printed using SLS are very dense and have very high stability. This 3D plastic printing technology is great for spare parts, prototypes and functional components.


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Affordable and versatile for low-volume production and fast prototyping, offering quality and accuracy with industrial-grade durability, service and support.
19.900,00 €
Logo of the manufacturer of: Figure 4 Standalone
3D Printing TechnologyFigure 4
Build Volume124.8 x 70.2 x 196 mm
Layer Height10 - 100 microns
Μέγιστη Ταχύτητα ΕκτύπωσηςUp to 100mm/hr
FabPro raises the bar for industrial entry-level 3D printing, producing high-quality parts with lightning speed, remarkably low operating costs and unsurpassed ease of use.
From 2.990,00 € From 1.387,10 €
Logo of the manufacturer of: FabPro 1000
3D Printing TechnologyDLP
Build Volume125 x 70 x 120 mm
Layer Height30 - 100 microns
Μέγιστη Ταχύτητα ΕκτύπωσηςUp to 21mm/hr
The da Vinci Super is a large volume 3D printer that supports a wide variety of materials. It is the perfect solution for professionals looking to combine big prints with good quality.
From 2.390,00 €
Logo of the manufacturer of: da Vinci Super
3D Printing TechnologyFFF - FDM
Build Volume300 x 300 x 300 mm
Build Volume300 x 300 x 300 mm
Product Dimensions (WxDxH)604 x 605 x 733 mm
Large-size industrial FFF 3D printer with dual extrusion. Able to handle various demanding thermoplastic materials.
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Logo of the manufacturer of: Meltio F1000D
3D Printing TechnologyFFF - FDM
Build Volume1000 x 600 x 600 mm
Layer Height0.1 mm
Product Weight400 kg
Medium-size industrial FFF 3D printer with dual extrusion
From 18.900,00 €
Logo of the manufacturer of: F600
3D Printing TechnologyFFF - FDM
Build Volume580 x 400 x 500 mm
Build Volume580 x 400 x 500 mm
Product Dimensions (WxDxH)378 x 280 x 355 mm
Accessing high fidelity, functional plastic or elastomeric prototypes has never been faster or easier, with up to 3x higher 3D printing speeds than similar class printers and finished part delivery up to 4x faster with 3D Systems MJP EasyClean System.
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Logo of the manufacturer of: ProJet MJP 2500/2500 Plus
3D Printing TechnologyMultiJet (MJP)
Build Volume295 x 211 x 142 mm
Layer Height32 microns
Product Weight211 kg