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

FDM – Fused Deposition Modeling:

The prototype is built through overlapping layers of molten plastic material. The main feature of this technology is the use of real thermoplastic material (instead of resin with similar features). Prototypes are characterised by thermal heating properties ranging from 80° to 220° , and mechanical properties corresponding to the production piece for 95%.

The available materials used for this process are:

  • Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS)

A thermoplastic material used in automotive production (bumpers/covers/oil caps) with an affordable cost to allow designers and engineers to work iteratively, make prototypes and test them. But it is also so solid and durable that your newly developed models and prototypes will be like the final product.

  • Polycarbonate (PC)

Creating polycarbonate components allows engineers and designers to combine the speed and agility of 3D printing with the reliability of the industry’s most popular industrial thermoplastic.
Producers in the automotive, commercial and other sectors can now explore new opportunities with the ability to produce strong PC components in-house using reliable FDM technology.

  • PC/ABS

For prototyping, toolmaking and small-volume functional production requiring superior impact strength, FDM technology works with the thermoplastic material PC-ABS. This material combines the best characteristics of two FDM thermoplastics: the strength and heat resistance of polycarbonate and the flexibility of ABS.

  • Polyphenylsulfone (PPSF/PPSU)

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 and sterilizable medical devices

  • Ultem

One of the main characteristics is reliability. This thermoplastic material, renowned for its performance, has thermal, mechanical and chemical properties which make it superior to others materials of most categories. ULTEM 9085 is an FDM thermoplastic, 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 – Selective Laser Sintering

The sintering machine is 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 constructed and can be obtained in the following materials:

– PA Pure nylon

– PA / GF Nylon filled with glass powder

– PA / Al Nylon filled with Aluminum powder

– PA / CF Nylon filled with Carbon powder