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3D printing is an innovative production method used by multiple businesses for applications such as manufacturing, medicine, architecture, custom art, and design.
Now, you too can benefit from this smart manufacturing process, which is guaranteed to save you both time and money, without the hassle of purchasing additional equipment and spending valuable time on training.
On our website, you will find a list of companies offering professional 3D printing services near you. Their experts will help you choose optimal solutions for all of your additive manufacturing needs at an affordable price, whether it’s a simple one-off order or an ambitious and ongoing project.
Add value to your products by minimizing production expenses, and create truly unique, high-quality products, transforming your ideas into reality with the use of 3D printing. Machine parts, tools, clothes, prosthetic body parts, cars, and even houses are just a few things that you can create with the right combination of innovative materials, powerful 3D printers, and a vivid imagination.
Here is a quick summary of the main 3D printing processes used today. For more information on the best one for you, as well as availability, please contact your nearest service provider.
One of the most widely used 3D printing methods in the world of additive manufacturing. It uses a high-powered ultraviolet laser to draw on the surface of liquid photopolymer resin, creating thousands of thin layers until the desired object is formed. SLA is very precise, so it is usually used to 3D print teeth implants, jewellery and other small objects with high detailing.
PolyJet is one of the few additive manufacturing methods that 3D prints objects using multiple materials and colours simultaneously. It uses fine nozzles to spray droplets of liquid photopolymer (which solidifies when exposed to UV light) onto a build tray and form layers of the 3D object. This method is great for 3D printing complex shapes and items as well as delicate features for modeling and rapid prototyping.
The mechanics of this laser-free method include selectively applying detailing, transforming, and fusing agents along with heat across a tray filled with nylon powder. The process builds up the object, layer by layer until it is complete. The benefits of this method include high customization possibilities and a faster production process, making it great for prototyping and manufacturing.
This additive manufacturing technology uses a CO2 laser, and powdered materials such as nylon or polyamide, to create 3D printed objects. Heat from the laser fuses the powder particles together, layer by layer, until the final part is formed. SLS is perfect for small production, creating parts from different materials including glass, ceramics, or metals with high heat requirements or chemical resistance.