We offer 3D printing technology in rapid prototyping using different raw materials;

FDM – Fused Deposition Modeling

The machine builds the prototype by depositing several overlapping layers of molten plastic material. The main feature of this technology is to use a real thermoplastic material then used in production by the companies and not a resin with similar characteristics, with this process prototypes are obtained with thermal characteristics that vary from 80 ° to 220 ° with 95% mechanical characteristics corresponding to the production piece.

The materials available are:

ABS Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene

Thermoplastic material used in automotive production (bumpers / covers / oil caps) at an affordable cost to allow designers and engineers to work iteratively, often make prototypes and test them completely, but it is also so robust and durable that your models and newly developed prototypes will behave practically like the final product.

Polycarbonate (PC)

By creating polycarbonate (PC) components, it allows engineers and designers to combine the speed and agility of 3D printing with the reliability of the most common industrial thermoplastic in the sector.
Thanks to the possibility of internally producing robust PC components thanks to reliable FDM technology, manufacturers of equipment in the automotive, commercial and other sectors can now explore new opportunities.

The materials available are:


For a prototyping, tool construction and production of small functional volumes that requires a greater impact force, FDM technology works with the PC-ABS thermoplastic material. This material combines the best characteristics of two FDM thermoplastics: the strength and heat resistance of polycarbonate and the flexibility of ABS. In addition, the PC-ABS material has an excellent definition of the elements and an excellent finish

PPSF / PPSU (Polyphenylsulfone)

Performance has been tested under fire conditions. For 3D printed components capable of withstanding temperatures of up to 220 ° and exposure to chemicals, Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is used with high performance PPSF / PPSU thermoplastic materials. Internal production of automotive engine prototypes, sterilizable medical devices


Reputation is given by reliability. This thermoplastic material, famous for its exceptional performance, has thermal, mechanical and chemical properties which make it superior to all others in most categories. ULTEM 9085 is an FDM thermoplastic (fused deposition modeling) ideal for aerospace, automotive and military applications thanks to the FST classification, high strength-to-weight ratio and existing certifications. It allows designers and engineers to 3D print advanced functional prototypes and final components.

SLS – Direct Laser Sintering of powders

The sintering machine is a machine capable of building prototypes through the aggregation of nylon powders. Inside the machine there is a laser that sinters a nylon powder which is deposited layer by layer.

The prototypes obtained are very resistant and well detailed and can be obtained in the following materials:

PA Pure nylon

PA / GF Nylon loaded with glass powder

PA / Al Nylon loaded with aluminum powder

PA / CF Carbon powder loaded nylon