Display models or aesthetic prototypes are the most common type of order we receive. Our Polyjet and SLA technologies provide the best visual quality - especially on detailed and intricate prints. Our clear prototyping service is particularly popular with bottle designers and manufacturers.
One size fits all is definitely not a phrase that sits well in the medical and dental industry. We work on various medical applications of 3D printing for custom-fitted parts in bio-compatible MED610 material. Typical work includes surgical stents, surgical planning models and anatomical models.
If you're looking for non-plastic objects, we have the ability to print in castable wax for the purpose of investment casting into precious metals. This is suitable for small, detailed models like jewelry and art pieces. Bigger objects can be printed in ABS plastic to be used as a pattern for investment casting into aluminium, bronze, etc.
Both our FDM and Polyjet 3D printers are capable of producing mechanically functioning components. Engineering-grade plastics such as ABS, HIPS and simulated Polypropylene can be printed with fine control over physical parameters such as density and infill.
While the world of architectural model-making has traditionally employed many different fabrication techniques, modern designs are becoming more and more complicated to produce. Cue 3D Printing for producing even the most complex of architectural designs!
Relatively small batches of 3D plastic components can be produced at lower cost and smaller timescales than by traditional methods. Forget injection molding tooling; with batch sizes ranging from 20-6000 units, 3D printing has proven to be a cost-effective and flexible method of low volume production.