Advancements in 3D printing have created a unique opportunity to fuse industrial manufacturing with traditional IT processes, for applications across many fields. Multi-Jet Fusion Technology can be used to create spare parts, enable short-run manufacturing, design and build custom prosthetics, and actualize innovative visual aids and teaching tools.
We provide the following 3D Printing solutions for a range of industries and applications that offer speed, quality, and cost-effective design:
HP, with its patented Jet Fusion Technology produces specialized parts with controllable physical and functional properties. High production speeds and low cost of materials. HP machines use Nylon PA11 and PA12, TPU, TPA and polypropylene for strong, low cost, quality functional parts.
AON3D make high temperature industrial 3D printing accessible. Print using some of the world’s strongest thermoplastics, and exceptionally versatile, high-performing materials…PEEK, PEKK, ULTEM to name a few!
Desktop Metal offers machines that print using a variety of metals as well as machines that use thermoplastics, PEEK, and PEKK. These affordable metal and carbon fiber printers provide volume production, with speed and capacity. You can print end-use metal, carbon fiber, PEEK, or PEKK parts with the quality, surface finish and tolerances needed to co-exist with machining.
Nexa3D offers a range of polymer solutions, spanning from a desktop resin 3D printer, industrial 3D printers, and a thermoplastic laser sintering solution for serial production. Nexa3D’s printing process is comparable only to injection molding — without existing supply chain complexities, extended lead-times, and the substantial costs typically associated with tooled plastics.
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EnvisionTEC has been innovating in the 3D print space since its founding in 2002. Innovations to solve real-world problems for demanding, cost-sensitive customers in a variety of industries, who manufacture prototypes, tooling, parts and final products. Today, their printers are known for delivering excellent precision, surface finish, functionality and speed.
Additive manufacturing technology is becoming the leading choice for a wide range of manufacturing, prototyping, and visualization use cases.
3D print technology enables: