What is Rapid Prototyping

Rapid Prototyping is the process to build the physical parts directly from the data the Computer Aided Design (CAD). This process is based on additive manufacturing technique, is a 3d object is created by bonding thin slices of material layer by layer.

What is 3D printing

3D printing is a generic term used primarily for additive manufacturing, where the object is constructed layer by layer. There are a number of technologies 3DP, borrowed from the large RP systems, the main difference is the choice of material, build speed and accuracy of parts.

NC stands for Computer Numerical Control, refers to a computer "controller", that drives the machine. CNC machining is one of our most used services, suitable for functional, smooth and precise machined part directly from the engineering plastics or metals. Please check our CNC reserved for extensive information.

FDM (Fused deposition modeling)

FDM is also known as the Fused deposition modeling is layered additive manufacturing system. FDM offers functional and durable prototypes in real Engineering Thermoplastics. Our 3D printers are based on the technology of FDM and use ABS plastic. The FDM technology is commonly used on a form, fit, function, analysis and visualization of the concept.

Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Fundamentals of Stereolithography SLA (Stereolithography)

SLA is also known as Stereolithography, provides precision parts with excellent surface finish. SLA process works so that the healing liquid photopolymers into solid cross-sections, layer by layer, using the ultra violet laser. The SLA is widely used for conceptual models, master patterns for Silicon, visualization tools and product validation.

VC (vacuum casting)
Vacuum casting, also refers to the RTV molding is an excellent choice where they are needed. It is typically used for the production of 15 to several hundred working prototypes of a wide range of polyurethane resins with different physical characteristics. Also an excellent choice for rubber as a flexible prototype.

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