prototypes, spare parts, parts and elements of mechanisms
What is it ...
- The whole technology is based on the method of melting. Object is formed by feeding the melted thread directly to the working area .
- The FDM technology is a creation of special plastic layers,with high temperatures in a nozzle area.
- It can be used for different aplicatins, like massive and smaller ones. Using different nozzles the roundness of the thread can be controled. (You can reach smoothness with the help of post-processing).
We offer 3D printing services for the production of prototypes or finished products of any shape, color and strength. We are ready to produce both single pieces and appropriate batches for any industrial need.
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It's important to know
Basics of 3D printing
Height of each slice/thickness of each layer. Layer height is the main factor affecting both:
- print time
- vertical resolution
By choosing taller layer heights you can significantly shorten the print time but having more visible layers . On the other hand, choosing small layer height (e.g. 0.10 mm) will result in extra detail at the cost of longer print times.
Generally, we do not suggest going lower than 0.10 mm as the improvement in print quality with 0.07 or 0.05 mm layers is relatively minor with significantly longer print times.
To get the best of both worlds, We are able to print with VARIABLE LAYER HEIGHT.
Since the 3D printer prints the models in layers, each new layer needs support on the previous one, otherwise the new layer of plastic ends up in the air and bends. Sometimes the shape of the models requires supporting for the overhanging parts of the model in such cases the printer software automatically adds a support structure from a material that dissolves in a special liquid. After printing, the support structure is removed.
Internal filling and wall thickness of models
Depending on the required strength of the product, we set a different degree of filling the internal space of the models. From 0% infill, when the printer prints only the shell of the model, to 100% infill, when the part is completely filled with plastic. For prototypes, it is rational to use a 20% filling, with an increase in filling, the weight of the product also grows, along with the cost of 3D printing, with a decrease, the part becomes too fragile.
SLA technology or stereolithography
SLA 3D printing is based on the impact of a projector or laser on a liquid photopolymer. The laser beam is directed to the area where the model will be located. Under the beam influence, the liquid solidifies, after which the finished layers rise above the liquid level and the process repeats until all layers of the model are printed.