Laser Sintering (LS)

Laser Sintering (or melting) uses a high powered laser to melt a wide range of high performance alloy powders and nylon filled polymers directly from CAD, resulting in extremely durable parts.  Eliminate long lead times while having the ability to produce highly detailed models with challenging geometries.  The melting method creates fully dense parts for various end-use applications.

Max Build Area: 15.75 x 15.75 x 15.75” (400 x 400 x 400mm)
Finest Build Layer: .0008 - .0015in


Materials

*Click on a model material name to see performance specs.

Titanium

Stainless Steel

Cobalt Chrome


Benefits

  • Accuracy
  • Speed
  • High Detail
  • Strength
  • Higher Density 

Applications

  • Dental
  • Functional / End Use
  • Medical Devices
  • Bracketing
  • Surgical Implants
  • Jigs & Fixtures
  • Engine / Transmissions
  • Low Quantity

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

This technology softens thermoplastic filament to extrude layer by layer on a build tray until part is complete. This extrusion process allows for various part interior fill styles to achieve a wide variety of applications.  Real world thermoplastics for real world demands.

Max Build Area: 36 x 24 x 36” (914.4 x 609.6 x 914.4mm)
Finest Build Layer: .005 in (127 microns)

*Design files larger than max build area can be achieved by printing in sections and bonded together afterwards.


Materials

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  • ABSplus
  • ABS-M30 (Premium Blend of Acrylonitrile Butadiene sStyrene)
  • ASA (Acrylic-styrene-acrylonitrile)
  • PC-ABS (Polycarbonate ABS Blend)
  • PC (Polycarbonate)

Benefits

  • Large Parts
  • Custom Internal Fills Styles
  • High Strength
  • Durable

Applications

  • Functional Testing
  • End Use
  • Sacrificial Tooling
  • Vacuum Forming
  • Jigs & Fixtures
  • Prime & Paint