The most common and currently optimal procedures are selective laser sintering, Stereolithography, fused deposition modeling, and Polyjet- und Multijet-Procedures. In recent years, these methods have been extended to even more fields of application. In addition to prototypes, additive manufacturing is now also used (Rapid Prototyping), also for tools (Rapid Tooling) or already used for series parts (additive manufacturing). All processes are offered in our 3D printing service spectrum. Equipment and materials are always up-to-date.
Common to all processes is a layer-by-layer material structure for the creation of the components. The basis for this is the provision of geometries based on 3D CAD or STL data. The processes are complex and each of them has its advantages and disadvantages. Depending on the method and material, the models are suitable for different purposes. For the duplication of master models, casting follow-up processes are often used, which are suitable for plastic parts as well as for metal casting parts can be applied.
With additive manufacturing, we can also offer tool-free production of batch sizes of one or small series. Additive manufacturing therefore flexes its muscles where conventional manufacturing reaches its limits. It allows for a design-oriented manufacturing process.
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