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3D printing offer

Looking for a partner to make prototypes for you?
Do you want to reduce the cost of production? or speed it up?
This is where we come into action by offering printing in various technologies.

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FDM

Melt layering
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SAF

Selective Absorbtion Fusion
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SLS

Sintering of polyamide powder
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PolyJet

Manufacture from light-curing resins
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SLA

Polymer resin printing
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DMLS

Sintering of metallic powder
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Fused Deposition Modeling

FDM

The world's most widely used 3D printing technology developed by Stratasys in the early 1990s, this 3D printing method was created for rapid prototyping from easy-to-machine materials. Over time, developments in the technology, the mechanics of the devices themselves and the printing materials have made it one of the most versatile incremental technologies.

Production

small and medium series

Size

Large-format printing

Precision

Accuracy dimension and shape

Costs

9/10

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Stratasys F900

What sets this printer apart from others?

Utilising advanced Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) technology, the F900 delivers unparalleled performance and precision for manufacturing industrial-scale objects.

  • 3D printing technology: industrial FDM
  • Working area: 914 × 610 × 914 mm

  • Layer height (depending on material)

    508 – 330 – 254 – 178 – 127 micrometres
80
x faster
Selective Absorption Fusion™ Technology

SAF

Selective Absorption Fusion™ technology involves binding the powdered material layer by layer using a binder and infrared light. In the first step, the powdered material is applied to the work table using a rotary roller. The HAF™ absorbing fluid is then sprayed, which pre-bonds the layers according to a defined geometry.

Production

high volume

Size

315 x 208 x 293 mm

Speed

8x faster than SLS/FDM

Costs

Lowest costsincremental manufacturing in industry
Selective Laser Sintering

SLS

Selective sintering of polyamide powder (SLS printing) is (next to SLA) one of the oldest incremental technologies. SLS technology has the greatest production potential due to the strength of the material used and the high dimensional accuracy of the parts built.

The technological process requires appropriate premises and personal protective equipment. The model is built at very high temperatures and cleaning it from unbaked powder requires specialised equipment. It is therefore important to entrust the printing service to specialists with experience and competence.

Production

small and medium series

Repeatability

printouts

Alternative

for injection

Costs

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THE MOST PRECISE AND VERSATILE

Poly Jet

Polyjet technology uses liquid photopolymer resins cured layer by layer with UV light. It is currently the most precise and versatile incremental manufacturing technology.

PolyJet uses materials from a huge range of colours, offering resins with a variety of properties and a wide range of applications. It guarantees surface smoothness and precision in the reproduction of shapes, dimensions and fine details. It supports leachable support material and allows printing with layer heights of up to 14 micrometres.

Wide range of colours

500 000 kolorów

Print resolution

14uM

Versatile materials

modifiable hardness, elasticity or transparency

Realistic printing

multi-colour and multi-material printing
Stereolitography

SLA / LFS

The pioneering SLA technology that gave rise to other incremental manufacturing methods. Charles Hull is considered to be the father of this technology, and his patent application was officially accepted in 1986, although in fact work on rapid prototyping methods had been going on since the 1960s.

Formlabs has improved SLA technology by developing LFS (Low Force Stereolithography™), which is also based on photopolymerisation. This technology was used for the first time in Formlabs Form 3 3D printers. The difference lies in the size of the laser spot, which in LFS technology has been reduced to just 85 micrometres. In addition, the laser beam passes through a spatial filter to capture any scattered light, and an array of mirrors ensures that the beam is directed perpendicular to the printing plane. This ensures that the optical head always exposes the layer at the same 90-degree angle, making dimensional accuracy even higher and precision better at every point of the printed object.

Universal method

for industrial applications

Wide range of materials

from rigid to flexible

Precision

High precisionmanufacture and smoothness

Costs

Economic production of complex models
3D PRINTING IN METAL (DIRECT METAL LASER SINTERING)

DMLS

3D printing from metal using DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) technology makes it possible to produce parts that cannot be manufactured using conventional methods: casting, machining or other metalworking methods. Parts printed from metal can function as final parts used in a variety of industries and in medicine.

DMLS technology uses support structures to hold the model structures and protect overhangs, bridges, etc. The print has to be cut away from the plate and then the support structures mechanically removed and the surface filed. Due to the technological process and the subsequent processing of the models, this is a complex technology.

Production

complex geometries

Materials

aluminium, stainless steel, titanium, inconel

Speed

significantly faster than conventional metalworking methods

Alternative

for cavity and casting methods