Within the scope of additive manufacturing, we support you from your idea to the finished 3D component. For 3D print production and rapid prototyping you will find various additive manufacturing processes such as SLS, SLM, SLA and Polyjet/Multijet in our range of products and services. We adapt all 3D printing processes individually to your needs. On the basis of CAD data we produce first-class 3-dimensional products. The raw materials plastic and metal are made available in powder form, synthetic resin as a liquid polymer, before they are processed in chemical and physical melting and hardening processes to the finished 3D product. We use the 3D printing process primarily for single items and small series as well as for larger miniature landscapes, such as Real Estate Parks. It scores above all through speed, sustainable and optimal use of resources and comparably low production costs.
For medium quantities we offer you in our vacuum casting and the sand casting process an optimal price-performance ratio, we manufacture higher quantities in the die casting or injection moulding process reliably for you. All additive and conventional manufacturing processes have one thing in common: the not negligible personnel costs. Thanks to our outsourced production in low-cost countries, we are able to offer you high-quality designs at the best possible prices. You can look forward to products with European standards, manufactured in high-performance machinery. Even complex structures with high stability and impressive lightness can be produced without any problems. We will give your product the finishing touch with deburring, painting and many other finishing and refinement options. Send a request.
◉ We design, model and produce under cost effective conditions in the Asian region - so you benefit from our competitive prices.
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Selective laser sintering (SLS) is a rapid prototyping process that uses a CO2 laser to first heat a polyamide-based powder on a preheated bench and then builds it up in layers into a solid body. The material is only melted until the particles partially combine. As a result, the surface can be more porous than in SLA and Polyjet processes. Thanks to innovative mirror technology, even complex geometries with undercuts can be produced in the SLS process. conventional production processes are quickly reaching their limits here. The basic material polyamide is provided both raw and as a composite material with glass and carbon fibre components. You can also use our individual aftertreatment options. Send a request
Selective laser melting (SLM), selective lasermelting) is only suitable for the production of 3D products made of metals. The basic material is available in powder form and is built up additively (= in layers). In difference to the SLS process, the powder material is not sintered, but melted by the energy of the YAC laser in a chamber filled with protective gas. With this process, almost all complex and functional prototypes can be produced in record time. The result is characterized by high stability and temperature resistance. Suitable materials for the SLM process are aluminum, stainless steel and tool steel. Please also inquire about our individual aftertreatment options. Send a request
In stereolithography (SLA), the printing object is placed on a platform wetted with polymer resin in a liquid bath. A UV laser hardens the processing points layer by layer by lowering the mould to form an high-resolution 3D object with fine structures and smooth surfaces. This rapid prototyping process is ideal for the fast and cost-effective production of design and functional models. The products can be used in a wide range of applications in marketing and product validation. Within the scope of our vacuum casting process we use the SLA process for the fast and safe production of the master model. You can also use our individual aftertreatment options. Send a request
The Polyjet process is very similar to the classic inkjet printer, and can be described here as a 3D printer in particular. Multiple print heads with fine nozzles spray an acrylic resin-based photopolymer onto a platform and harden the processing points with downstream UV lamps. Multijet technology is based on the same principle and its hybrid process allows simultaneous processing of different materials. Thus, different degrees of hardness from elastic to hard can be realized. Both technologies are ideally suited for functional and complex geometries with high demands on levels of detail and surface quality. You can also use our individual aftertreatment options. Send a request