Fused Deposition Modeling is the most basic explanation of additive manufacturing. The process of FDM is the extrusion of different kind of polymer materials to create an object layer by layer from a 3D file such as toys, figurines, arts & crafts, scale models, and prototype.
Choose from a wide ranging materials like PLA, ABS, Nylon, ASA, PC, PETG, and High Temp materials.
Stereolithography (SLA) is the first additive manufacturing to be ever developed. It is a form of 3D printing technology that uses parabolic mirror ensures that the laser prints perpendicular to the build plane, ensuring uniform print quality across the entire build platform giving the smoothest surface finish available in the market.
SLA technology is a wide ranging solution for standard, engineering, castable wax, and biocompatible 3D printing.
DLP technology is perfect choice for digital manufacturing for Industry-wide compatibility from Jewellery, Dental, and Audiology production.
Digital Light Processing is quite similar with SLA technology but it uses a projector light instead of a single laser and it produce faster output than stereolithography.
An additive manufacturing tool that brings your creativity and innovation to life with all the benefits of SLA technology has to offer.
The base material for SLS (Selective Laser Sinthering) 3D printers are industrial grade polyamide powder enabling you to print strong, temperature resistant, precise, flexible, durable work, and prototype pieces.
An industrial 3D printing process that delivers accurate prototypes and functional production parts as faster than other 3D printers in the market. Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) can produce complex geometries without support and faster than other 3D printing technology in the market today.
SLS uses a laser to sinter small particles of polymer powder. Polyamide 12 (PA 12) is the most widely used material for SLS technology and continuing to develop more materials such as PA12 glass-fiber.