The fused deposition modeling melts plastic filament and moves it layer by layer to form a solid object. The object is finished when all the layers are completed.
Advanced 3D Printing Technologies
Laser sintering solidifies powder materials like nylon using a laser. To form layers, then these layers are coated with a blade and the process is repeated to form a solid part.
In SLA, a series of overlapping beams from a laser are directed on the surface to form a precise solid surface. As the light is absorbed by the resin, it is transferred into the final product.
C3D offers cost-effective precision cutting using CNC and laser cutting. CNC machines use computer code, while laser technology creates delicate shapes with high-power beams.
Industrial Large Format 3D Printing
Large-format 3D printing technology allows for the creation of three-dimensional objects on a larger scale than traditional 3D printers. This process involves depositing material layer by layer to build up the desired object, using specialized equipment capable of producing larger and more complex prints. Large-format 3D printing is used in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, and architecture, where it enables the production of large-scale prototypes, parts, and models. This technology is revolutionizing the way we think about manufacturing and has opened up new possibilities for innovation and creativity.
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