We have a wide variety of additive manufacturing technologies that allow us to create complex and functional parts efficiently and precisely. Among our manufacturing processes are fused deposition modeling of technical plastics (FDM), multi jet fusion technology (MJF), selective laser melting of metal (SLM), large-format 3D printing of resins (Polyjet), high-speed 3D printing of technical resins (LSPc), as well as other filament-based additive manufacturing technologies (FFF). Our team of experts is trained to use these technologies and develop customized solutions to meet your production needs. With our additive manufacturing technologies, we can create high-quality and durable parts for a wide range of applications. Trust us to take your project to the next level with our cutting-edge additive manufacturing solutions.
Fused Deposition Modeling
It is based on 3 main elements: a print bed/plate on which the part is printed, a filament spool that serves as the printing material, and an extrusion head also called an extruder.
Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing
It is an advanced method of three-dimensional printing. Using a high-precision laser, LSPc fuses successive layers of powder to create solid and detailed objects.
Multi Jet Fusion
3D printing using HP Multi Jet Fusion technology offers a competitively priced solution that improves the quality and precision of parts made with 3D printers. HP presents a tool for businesses to innovate and create without limits.
Fused Filament Fabrication
FFF technology is an additive manufacturing process that uses a thermoplastic filament to build a part layer by layer. This technology is widely used in 3D printing for prototyping, functional parts, and everyday objects.
Selective Laser Melting
SLM is an additive manufacturing technique that uses a high-energy laser to melt and fuse thin layers of metallic powder to build solid parts layer by layer. This technology is widely used in the production of metal parts with complex geometries and high precision, making it ideal for applications in the aerospace, automotive, medical, and dental industries.
Multi Jet Printing
PolyJet is a 3D printing process that uses a specialized inkjet printer to produce parts with high resolution and great precision in geometry. This technology is based on the deposition of small droplets of photosensitive material that are cured through exposure to UV light, layer by layer, until a complete part is formed.