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With nine different additive manufacturing technologies, a 100+ material portfolio, and the full range of finishes, you gain maximum flexibility for every specific use case. You can learn more about the main characteristics of our materials in our available data sheets below.
Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF) makes complex and dimensionally stable metal parts.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) creates highly- accurate plastic parts.
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is very accurate with short building times and high output.
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is cost-efficienct with short lead times.
Stereolithography uses a high-powered laser to cure layers of liquid resin into a finished part. It's ideal for creating intricate prototypes or small-scale production runs.
Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing uses an electric arc to melt and deposit metal wire onto a substrate. It's ideal for producing large metal parts quickly and efficiently.
Digital Light Processing uses a projector to cure liquid resin into a solid part. The projector selectively cures the resin layer by layer, building the object from the bottom up.
PolyJet uses inkjet technology to deposit liquid photopolymer onto a build tray. The printer then deposits material layer by layer and cures it with UV light.
Binder Jetting uses a binder agent to bond powder particles together to create a part. It's ideal for producing large and complex parts efficiently.
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An abrasive medium is applied to the component under high pressure. By using different media (e.g. corundum, sand or glass beads), both functional (achieving a certain surface roughness) and optical (polishing the surface) finishing can be performed.
In the dyeing process, the plastic component is immersed in a water bath. The resulting chemical reaction causes the dye to penetrate the component. Characteristics of this are, on the one hand, a homogeneous color gradient and, on the other hand, an unchanging but more scratch-resistant surface.
To get the desired output the part is properly prepared through accurate cleaning and by applying a clearcoat. Painting can be particularly useful to enhance the design of your printed part or to facilitate the evaluation of a printed prototype.
Sanding is performed for smoothing the part and removing any obvious blemishes, such as support marks or blobs using sandpaper. The chosen sandpaper depends on the layer height and print quality desired.
The sealing process is performed with an aqueous solution to close the outer surface or skin of the part and fill in small pores that could be in the part’s surface. The sealing solution is manually applied or through dipping depending on the part’s geometry.
In the smoothing process, the plastic component is reworked by a chemical reaction. The top layer of the component is dissolved by a medium in a solution bath and the result is a very smooth surface.
In tumbling, the metal or plastic part is reworked by grinding media in a container. The parts are deburred, finely ground and polished by vibration or rotation of the container.
Polishing is a finishing process for smoothing a workpiece's surface by using an abrasive. By repeating this process throughout different stages with reduced roughness of the abrasive, you create a smooth and polished surface.
The material is heated to a desired temperature. After reaching and remaining at this temperature, the material is cooled back down. For specifications of the heat treatment procedures carried out for each material, visit the corresponding data sheets.
Advantages of CNC machining are its dimensional stability, low surface roughness and its flexibility for customer-specific requirements. CNC machining requires a drawing for our engineers to assess the work required. Tolerances available upon request.