3D printing or Additive Manufacturing is referred a number of different waste-free production technologies where the product is formed layer-by-layer, using a laser, electron beam, stereolithography or other technological solutions. Some 3D printing technologies enable composition of different materials and colors, forming a materialized object. We offer our customers a quick and intelligent manufacturing services using six 3D printing technologies:
- Metal printing (DMLS – Direct Metal Laser Sintering)
- Plastic printing (SLS – Selective Laser Sintering)
- Plastic printing (FDM – Fused Deposition Modelling)
- Colored plaster printing (InkJet)
- 3D printing using colored plastic (MJP – MultiJet Printing)
- Ceramic printing (SLA – Stereolithography)
We apply all these techniques for finished products, parts and prototype manufacturing. We use these materials: titanium, cobalt-chrome, steel, bony gypsum, nylon (polyamide).
3D printing is particularly attractive technology of extremely complex geometry product materialization because unlike milling model provides unlimited freedom of geometrical complexity. Complex structural assemblies of aircraft, which were previously produced by milling and assembled from dozens of parts, now using 3D printing technologies, can be produced in one piece or assembled from 2-3 individually printed parts. 3D printing also helps to significantly reduce the weight of the structure, since it allows to optimize the topology, and to realize such detail structures that can not be obtained using traditional metal forming techniques.