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5 + 1 axis milling

For materializing virtual objects alongside 3D printing, which is considered to be waste-free production technology, we also use milling where the products are formed from the production blank.

For milling, we are using 3 and 5 + 1 axis milling machines (CNC), which allow complex geometry mill products from blanks with a maximum length, depending on the machine type can be up to 1200 mm and a diameter of 450 mm. 5 + 1 axis milling software provides significantly more opportunities for the production of complex geometry products than 3-axis equipment.

Milling can be done with a wide range of materials including different metals (titanium, steel, aluminum, brass, copper, magnesium, etc.), wood and different plastics (ABS, acrylic, polycarbonate, nylon, etc.), and foams.


Hydrography is a technology that has already attracted many customers. This technology, also known as immersion printing (also Water printing, Aqua printing), allows transferring graphic design (f.i., carbon fiber, camouflage, wooden texture, cartoon characters, flames, etc.) on the surface of the selected object.

Not only does the perfect aesthetic look come true, but the products become very even and shiny, like new ones, too. Because of the specific lacquer used in the last steps of the production items become resistant to the environmental effects – water and UV rays, as well as the easier removal of dirt from the surface.

Hydrographic technology can be used only on our 3D-printed parts.

The maximum useful area of the device is even 120x100x80cm, but each covered product is evaluated individually, so the dimensions can be even higher.

Ultrasound cleaning

Ultrasonic cleaning is a process that uses high-frequency sound waves to create tiny bubbles in a liquid. These bubbles collapse violently, creating a scrubbing action that can remove dirt, debris, and other contaminants from surfaces.

It is an excellent universal tool for cleaning objects when printed. For certain applications, the final printed object must be completely clean of contaminants such as dust and bacteria. For example, medical implants such as patient-specific knees, hips, and teeth, need to be completely clean before they can be used.