We provide 3D printing services only using industrial 3D printers. As this is a professional equipment, it shows the highest quality of produced parts.
EOS Formiga P110 & 3D Systems ProX 500 are the modern laser sintering systems for production of high-resolution, durable polyamide (nylon) parts available in medium to large build volumes
Our SLS systems share a common architecture to produce high-resolution, durable thermoplastic parts available in medium to large build volumes.
3D systems ProX 500 the only one in EU
|3D Systems ProX 500||EOS Formiga P110|
| Selective Laser Sintering
| Selective Laser Sintering
|381 x 330 x 457 mm||235 x 190 x 250 mm|
|1.8 l/hour||2 l/hour|
||Dura Form ProX||EOS PA2200|
|100 W||75 W|
|to 0.1 mm on X/Y axis and to 0.1 mm Z axis (but > 0.1% line dimension)||to 0.1 mm on X/Y axis and to 0.1 mm Z axis (but > 0.1% line dimension)|
3D system Fortus 360mc is made on the basis of FDM technology. It uses stable thermoplastics, which at the moment surpass all the competitors' solutions in strength, repeatability and production verification.
This system has a number of advantages: high speed of model building, excellent print quality, large camera construction and much more.
|Stratasys Fortus 360mc|
|Technology||FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)|
|Max build volume||406 x 355 x 406 mm|
|Layer thickness||0,330; 0,254; 0,178; 0,127 mm|
|Materials||ABS M30, ABS M30i, ASA, Nylon, PC, PC-ABS|
|File format||STL, CAD|
3D printer Stratasys Objet Eden 260V is the youngest model in the line of professional industrial 3D printing systems using photopolymer plastics.
Exceptional quality of model surfaces and high detalization are achieved due to the thickness of layer of construction, which is 16 microns. The technology allows building part walls up to 0.3 mm thick.
Easily-removable support material allows you make 3D models with geometry of any complexity.
|Objet Eden 260V|
|Technology||PolyJet и PolyJetMatrix|
|Max build volume||260x260x200 mm|
|Layer thickness||16 microns|
|Materials||Vero White, Vero Blue, Vero Black, Tango Plus, Tango Gray, Tango Black Plus, FullCure 720, Durus White|
SLS is additive manufacturing technology, based on layer-by-layer sintering of powder materials (polyamide/nylon, plastic) with a laser beam.
The material is applied on the platform with a thin layer (usually by a special leveling roller). Then the laser radiation forms the current layer of the object on the surface. After that the platform is lowered by the thickness of one layer, and powdered material is applied on it again. Powder 3D printing does not require supporting structures to create 3D objects, since surplus of the surrounding powder throughout the volume does not allow the model to collapse until the final form has been found and the strength of the target object has been achieved.
To prevent oxidation, the process takes place in oxygen-free conditions.
The sintering process takes place at a very high temperature, so at the end of 3d printing, at least 8 hours of cooling are required, so as not to damage the geometry of the models. Only after the cooling stage the chamber can be opened and the parts surrounded by polyamide (nylon) powder can be extracted and subjected to manual cleaning and sandblasting.
PolyJet is a powerful additive manufacturing method, patented by Stratasys. 3D printers that support PolyJet technology provide layers up to 16 microns thick, with an error of no more than 0.1 mm for smooth surfaces. This allows you to create models of complex geometric structure using thin bridges and walls. This is the only technology that supports a wide range of materials, the structure of which varies from soft to hard, from transparent to completely impenetrable.
The printing unit of the 3D printer with thin layers (16 microns) sprays the material of the model and the support material, according to the mathematical 3D model. Each layer is polymerized with ultraviolet lamp light immediately after application. The result is an object that does not require any additional surface treatment. A model printed with PolyJet technology can be used immediately after the printing process is complete.
FDM is the most common technology of 3D printing. The principle of construction using this technology is the layer-by-layer growth of products from pre-melted plastic filament (thread).
The 3D model in STL format is transferred to the 3D printer software to slice it into horizontal layers and specify the path of the print head. The program automatically (or operator manually) puts a model in the virtual space of the working chamber. Then the program automatically generates elements of supporting structures (from special support material) and calculates the amount of consumables, as well as the time of building the prototype. Then the process of 3D printing starts: the heating head with extruder melts a thin plastic thread and puts it layerwise according to the data of the mathematical 3D model.
After completion of the building process, the auxiliary supporting structures are removed (manually or dissolved in a special solution). The finished product can be used the way it is or subjected to any post-processing method.
Polyamide (nylon) is an environmentally friendly plastic (PA 12), which allows to obtain extra-strong and durable parts of any geometric shape with high accuracy. Due to the fineness of the material, the surface of the models being created is so smooth and flawless that it does not need any processing method.
Stratasys Objet Eden system allows to use a variety of materials for 3D printing:
Stratasys Fortus is an industrial FDM system with high-performance thermoplastics.
Basically we use ABS-M30™, which is up to 25 to 70 percent stronger than standard ABS plastic and is an ideal material for conceptual modeling, functional prototyping, manufacturing tools and end-use-parts. ABS-M30 has greater tensile, impact and flexural strength than standard ABS. Layer bonding is significantly stronger than that of standard ABS, for a more durable part. This results in more realistic functional tests and higher quality parts for end use. ABS-M30 parts are stronger, smoother and have better feature detail.
Engineered for 3D printing with FDM Technology, ABS-M30 is ideal for concept models and moderate-requirement parts including functional prototypes, jigs, fixtures, manufacturing tooling and production parts.
Colors include natural, white, black, dark gray, red and blue.