3D printing is a revolution that has been taking place in recent years. Using a process very similar to 2D printing, using material printers, it was initially used for prototyping new objects then printed in traditional way.
New printers are overcoming this phase and today it is possible to use 3D printers to make real productions, allowing to produce finished objects even in a few pieces, quickly and without building expensive molds.
The first printers that spread on the market used filament technology: through the extrusion of a thread of material (PLA, ABS, etc.) different levels were built up to the completion of the detail. This technology, suitable only for the realization of prototypes, because of the length of the manufacturing process, allows only the creation of fragile pieces, with low mechanical properties and with a mediocre surface finish.
Subsequently, different types of printers arrived on the market (laser sintering, polyjet, etc.), always usable only for the realization of prototypes and non-functional parts.
With this newly developed 3D printer, we can create not only prototypes but also production series.
The machine deposits 0,08 mm layers of material and through the release of agents and the subsequent fusion creates parts with a high aesthetic finish and extremely robust mechanically.
All this, in quick times.
Upload your model, choose the finish and get it printed!
Price changes: the more you mold the less it costs!
The bucket is created and the objects to realize are positioned for material optimization.
The printer places a 0,8mm layer of powder, places the resin and melts the material.
The molded piece is cleaned and finished according to the customer’s requests. Available finishes for now are default or black with a graphite bath.