RDM

Rapid Prototyping

 

Rapid Prototyping

By leveraging advanced 3D printing technologies, we offer  fast parts prototyping  with a wide selection of materials and dimensional accuracy to accommodate your needs. By using a 3D model provided by you or created by us, we turn  your parts  to life in a matter of days.

 
 
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Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

A popular choice for Proof-of-Concept prototypes, FDM printing yields lightweight and durable parts. While,  limited to select materials like ABS, which is not as accurate as its SLS and SLA counterparts, FDM is a perfect match for  those seeking  a fast and economical solution.

 
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Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

SLS is best suited for printing strong, functional models, which resemble injection molded parts. This method is limited to engineering thermoplastics, specifically Nylon, and requires post-processing to achieve the desired surface finish. If you are looking for industrial grade models, SLS is the recommended 3D printing method.

 
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Stereolithography (SLA)

If your components require high accuracy, extreme durability, and excellent surface finish, SLA is a great solution. With a wide range of engineering grade materials the design remains unconstrained; however, the superior quality of the SLA parts comes at a higher price.