We have several technologies to print your projects in 3D. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to choose carefully.
Once your models are ready and you have an idea of the materials you will need for your model, you can select the manufacturing method that best matches your other design criteria.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS):
This cutting-edge technology makes it possible to create parts from powdered material, fused layer by layer using a laser. It's ideal for making very precise and complex parts in a multitude of colors.
Fused deposition modeling (FDM):
A molten thermoplastic microthread is deposited, layer by layer, to form the part. This technique is mainly used for testing assembly and for direct digital fabrication of large parts.
Very precise parts can be obtained using this prototyping technique. A laser beam sweeps the resin tank, layer by layer, to obtain a complete part very quickly, and with a beautiful finish.
Photopolymer material jetting (Polyjet):
This process builds parts by projecting thousands of photopolymer droplets onto the build plate, then solidifying them using UV light. This is a powerful 3D printing technology that produces smooth and precise parts, prototypes and tools. With microscopic layer resolution and a very high level of precision, it can produce thin walls and complex geometries. And all this using the widest range of materials available with any technology.