What is 3D Printing?

3D Printing is a cyclic manufacturing process to create three-dimensional objects layer-by-layer directly from 3D CAD model. it also enables the constructions and the manufacturing of a high stable light weight structure as well as the industrial components that cannot be produced using any conventional system.

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Why 3D Printing?

In a short span 3D printing presented a wide variety of opportunities ranging from engineering companies, manufacturing units, design studious to medical & healthcare industry.

Technology is specifically seen as a cutting edge in quick prototyping by engineering firms. The pursuit of complex & lightweight structures is some of the biggest factors for the adoption of 3D printing not only for prototyping but for final part production as well.

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Cutting Edge Technologies

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D Printing

Fused Deposition Modeling, or FDM 3D Printing, is a method of additive manufacturing where layers of materials are fused together in a pattern to create an object. The material is usually melted just past its glass transition temperature, and then extruded in a pattern next to or on top of previous extrusions, creating an object layer by layer.

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Stereolithography (SLA)

Stereolithography, more commonly referred to as SLA 3D printing, is one of the most popular and widespread techniques in the world of additive manufacturing. It works by using a high-powered laser to harden liquid resin that is contained in a reservoir to create the desired 3D shape. In a nutshell, this process converts photosensitive liquid into 3D solid plastics in a layer-by-layer fashion using a low-power laser and photo polymerization.

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Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D Printing

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D printers make use of a CO2 laser and a thermoplastic polymer powder to build parts. Because of the high power, the laser moves along a "point-to-point" pattern, solidifying the whole cross-sectional area of a layer. After the layer is complete, the re-coater deposits a new layer of powder and the build platform moves down one layer in height. The process is then repeated until the part is complete.

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Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) 3D Printing

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) is one of the few 3D printing technologies that directly create a metal part from its 3D computer model. DMLS shares the use of metal powders and lasers to print parts. This technology combines the design flexibility of 3D printing with the mechanical properties of metal. From tooling inserts with cooling channels to lightweight structures for aerospace, any application that involves complex metal parts potentially benefits from Metal 3D Printing.

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ABS Filament

- Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

- Cost-effective prototypes and models requiring form and visual validation

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PLA Filamnet

- Polylactic Acid

- Biodegradable material and high impact strength

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White ABS Resin

- PP like ABS Resin - Stiff and Strong Resin

- Photo-cured polymer having good dimensional accuracy and smooth surface finish.

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Transparant Clear ABS

- PC like Clear Resin

- Translucent (60-70% transparency) material, which after post-processing can be made transparent (up to 95% transparency).

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