We offer the additive manufacturing service of high-precision prototype and final parts, both single and in low production series. We use high-performance SLA systems that combine accuracy with efficiency. The maximum working area of our 3D printers and also the maximum part size is 30 cm / 11.8 inch in all the XYZ axes. Below are short descriptions of the resins we 3D print from.
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Tough Resin is an engineering material dedicated to use in SLA technology. The material is characterized by high durability and high strength of the 3D printed parts. It has tensile strength and Young’s modulus comparable to ABS. The material has strength and rigidity comparable to polypropylene (PP).
Material is suitable for applications which require flexibility of the printed elements, which bend repeatedly and quickly return to their initial form. Moreover, it is an ideal resin for production of prototypes, functional parts and assemblies, which require mechanical properties and durability comparable to ABS. The material is adapted to work with a layer thickness of 50 and 100 micrometers.
Rigid Resin is an engineering material dedicated to use in SLA technology. It is the first composite resin reinforced with glass additive, which ensures high rigidity and smooth surface finish of the 3D printed objects. Material is characterized by high impact strength, heat resistance and stability over time. Nevertheless, it is more brittle than Tough and Durable resins. Moreover, it has very high modulus of elasticity.
Material allows high precision of 3D printed products with a layer thickness of 50 and 100 micrometers. High resistance to deformation make Rigid resin perfect for 3D printing thin and precise models. Its applications include construction of electrical and automotive housings, distributors, turbines and fan blades, as well as production equipment.
Durable Resin is an engineering material dedicated to use in SLA technology. It is characterized by high impact resistance. Thanks to low modulus of longitudinal elasticity and high impact strength with significant elongation, this material corresponds to polypropylene (PP).
Models printed with Durable resin are characterized by gloss and smooth surface finish. Material allows to print with a layer thickness of 50 to 100 micrometers. The resin is dedicated to applications which require low coefficient of friction and abrasive wear. It is intended for prototypes and consumer products, especially those with connectors and latches.
High Temp Resin
High Temp Resin is an engineering material dedicated to use in SLA technology. The material is characterized by high temperature resistance. It has the highest heat deflection temperature (HDT) – 238°C at a load of 0.45 MPa. This is the largest value attained among other 3D printing materials in SLA technology. The material has a low thermal expansion and a high Young’s modulus.
This material is perfect for static work elements, which require resistance to high temperatures, for example vulcanization of rubber molds, casting, injection moulding and thermoforming. It is also suitable for fabrication of elements with complex geometry and a large number of details. This material is adapted to work with a layer thickness of 25, 50 and 100 micrometers.
To achieve transparency effect we use VITRA DL375 material for DWS stereolithography 3D printers. It does not turn yellow and is suitable both for thin and thick models. It is the ideal material to obtain smooth and precise transparent models.