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Our 3D Printing Team has the necessary knowledge and facilities to make advanced treatment of 3D prints. Printed parts can be a semi-finished to receive the final product with specific mechanical properties and aestethic surface.
We use following methods:
Finished 3D printed parts are always send by insuranced courier parcel. There is also a possibility of personal reception in our headquarter in Cracow. Every model is precisely packed and secured with foams and bubble wraps.
Over 60 materials for 3D printing. 5 additive technologies. Hundreds of 3D printed parts. Trust experts in 3D Printing Services.
Thanks to wide devices portfolio from the biggest world producers we can guarantee the highest quality of provided services. We always precede our services with comprehensive advice from specialist who is able to select the most effective 3D printing technology and can answer to all arising questions. To make your parts we use only tested materials, so we can provide the best results in the lowest price. We offer 3D printing technologies with the biggest productional potential.
FDM technology is one of the most popular method regarding to rapid prototyping. We use desktop 3D printers by MakerBot and industries machines by Stratasys.
SLA technology is characterized by high precision in details, print resolution, clear contours and a smooth surface. We use Formlabs printers and materials to deliver high quality parts.
Technology uses powder polyamides to create rigid parts, support-free technology allows us to print complicated geometrical details.
Powerful 3D printing technology that produces smooth, accurate parts, prototypes and tooling with layer resolution and accuracy down to 0.016 mm.
3D printing from metal (aluminum alloy and titanium alloy) is a production option unavailable for other conventional production methods.
FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology is one of the most popular method regarding to rapid prototyping. 3D printing in FDM technology is characterized by applying subsequents layers of melted plastics.
We use basic, economical materials for rapid prototyping like: PLA or ABS and the most advanced materials available in FDM technology, as well.
Non-combustible materials, FST-certified, ultra-strong, biocompatible. For applications in the automotive, aviation, rail transport, heavy industry as well as in medicine. Check out the wide range of advanced materials supported by the Stratasys Fortus 450 production 3D printer., which, depending on its resolution and geometry are more or less noticeable.
Due to owing big amount of devices working in this technology we are able to realize even the biggest orders in short period of time. Industrial 3D printing systems of Stratasys company allows us to provide the best properties of prints.
PLA is an eco-friendly material, biodegradable which is great to make prototypes, architectural models, industrial forms. It allows to obtain ideal product surfaces.
Tough PLA is a material of increased impact strength compared to standard PLA with maintenance of all advantages of this material. Dedicated for engineering application, it is great if we need mechanical resistance for print model.
ABS-M30 is nearly 25% stronger than normal ABS and it is an ideal material to concept modelling, functional prototyping, tools production as well as final parts.
ASA material allows us to make high quality elements which have UV resistance. ASA is an attractive material to prototype, which provides very good surface texture. UV radiation resistance makes that the material is great for outdoor applications.
PC-ABS (polycarbonate-ABS) is one of the most common industrial thermoplastic material. It is a combination of two materials which gives it the most demanding properties of both materials. PC-ABS provides great strength and and heat resistance as well as flexibility. This material is harder than ABS due to polycarbonate which strengthen the material and also decrease shrinkage during printing. This material finds its common use in automotive and industrial applications.
TPU 92A is a resilient thermoplastic polyurethane combining flexibility and stretch with abrasion and tear resistance. 3D printing with FDM TPU 92A provides a superior alternative to less optimal TPU 3D printing technologies and eliminates expensive and time-consuming molding or casting methods to produce elastomer parts. Flexible material with a hardness of 92 A on the Shore scale.
FDM with ABSi is a clear choice for prototypes that mimic the final product. No outsourcing means greater versatility for Fortus 3D printers for auto, aero and medical industries. Discover the translucent properties of ABSi for light transmission or devices requiring flow monitoring.
ABS-ESD7 offers FDM strength on the Fortus 380mc/450mc and Fortus 900mc 3D Production Systems along with static-dissipation. Electronics manufacturers can expand the use of 3D printing onto the assembly line with this durable material that works with soluble support removal, enabling complex parts with no extra effort.
Antero 800NA PEKK-based thermoplastic possesses excellent mechanical properties that include high strength, high heat resistance, toughness and wear-resistance. These superior qualities make it a lighter alternative to aluminum and steel. Chemical resistance and minimal outgassing provide suitability for aerospace applications.
Nylon 12 has good strength properties, resistance to moderate chemicals and high fatigue resistance. These characteristics make it a good choice for applications involving snap-fit closures, tools with press-fit inserts, components subject to high vibration and parts requiring threaded inserts.
Nylon 12 CF
The combination of high strength, stiffness and light weight lets you use FDM Nylon 12CF to replace metal components, for lighter tools, functional prototyping and select end-use parts.
PC-ISO is a strong, heat-resistant engineering thermoplastic commonly used in food and drug packaging and medical device manufacturing. It is biocompatible, gamma and EtO sterilizable and complies with ISO 10993 and USP Class VI standards.
Widely used in automotive, aerospoace and medical, PC’s high tensile and flexural strength make it ideal for demanding prototyping needs, tooling and fixtures, and patterns for metal bending and composite work. Parts 3D printed in PC are tough and heat resistant, ideal for conceptual modeling, functional prototyping, manufacturing tools and production parts.
ULTEM™ 1010 resin offers superior tensile strength and excellent chemical and thermal resistance for an FDM thermoplastic. Available in general-purpose and certified grades, ULTEM™ 1010 resin uses breakaway support. Certified grade is biocompatible and approved for food contact with NSF 51 and ISO 10993/USP Class VI certifications.
ULTEM™ 9085 resin is a flame-retardant, high-performance thermoplastic. It features a high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent heat resistance and high impact strength. It’s also possesses favorable flame, smoke and toxicity (FST) characteristics.
SLA technology (Stereolithography) uses a laser to cure solid isotropic parts from a liquid photopolymer resin. The Formlabs resins were made to imitate wide range of plastic materials for injection molds. This materials achieve full spectrum of properties required for prototyping, testing and also presenting final products.
Standard Resin (Black, White, Grey, Clear) – modified material to provide the highest quality results. Standard Formlabs resin maintain high model quality without the risk of strength loss. It is in white, grey, black and transparent colour.
Though Resin was created to imitate ABS material with maintenance of comparatively elasticity, and tensile strength. Perfect for functional prototypes. This durable, impact resistant material was created to work in big loads and deformations.
This material is perfect for statistic use in higher temperatures. High-temp resin can be used in production processes such as molding and therforming. Resistance to temperature of 289°C at 0,45MPa is the highest resistance for 3D printing materials on the market.
Material achieves only 80A gum hardness (in Shore’s scale). Flexibility is perfect for simulating soft in touch elements, whose relevant feature is ergonomy. It is used to produce elements, which must bend or compress while working.
Polypropylene imitation resin- durable material, polypropylene simulating (PP), it has comparatively low elasticity modulus and impact resistance. With this flexible and also abrasion resistant material, we can make details which have to deform while working. The surface maintain higher gloss.
This 50A Shore durometer material is suitable for prototyping parts normally produced with silicone. Choose Elastic Resin for parts that will bend, stretch, compress, and hold up to repeated cycles without tearing.
Rigid Resin – material which is reinforced with glass insertion. It is an engineering resin characterized with big rigidity and distinctness outline of ready prints.
Grey Pro Resin – created for functional prints. This material is characterized by low plastic deformation with constant stress and good heat resistance.
Our fastest material, Draft Resin, prints 3-4 times faster than other Standard Resins, making it suitable for printing large, bulky parts quickly. With a 300 micron layer height, it has acceptable accuracy for prototyping needs while enabling faster design iterations.
Jubilee resin dedicated for jewelers and designers for making molding, it burns out totally without leaving any ash. It allows to grab event the smallest details of the model with perfect smooth surface.
A 20% wax-filled photopolymer for reliable casting with zero ash content and clean burnout, highly accurate Castable Wax Resin captures intricate features and offers the smooth surfaces stereolithography 3D printing is known for. Printed parts are strong enough to handle with no post-cure required, allowing for a faster, simpler workflow.
SLS technology (Selective Laser Sintering) is a technology with the biggest production potential from all additive manufacturing technologies. In SLS technology we don’t need any supports, which are necessary in production cycle in many others additive technologies. Designers and engineers are allowed to create object geometries impossible to achieve by other methods. SLS technology uses only functional materials, which allows to produce usable parts and components. SLS technology, often called powder printing uses powder polyamides in its production process. Production process is based on selective burning out the cross-section of object in polyamides layer applied by the device. Materials used in this technology are PA 2200 and with PA3200 GF glass insertion.
Specification of PA 2200:
• high strength and rigidity,
• good chemical resistance,
• perfect durability,
• good prints accuracy,
• diverse opportunities of finishing the elements (e.g. metallization, varnishing, furnace, vibratory grinding, powder painting, gluing, flocking),
• biocompatibility due to EN ISO 10993-1 and USP/level VI/121°C,
• approval for food contact due to European directive 2002/72/EC (alcohol products not included).
Specification of glass inserted material PA 3200 GF:
• high rigidity and use resistance,
• good thermal load,
• high surface quality,
• big dimensional and details accuracy,
• good processability,
• prints durability.
PolyJet technology is based on building models from acrylic resins, which are hardened by ultraviolet light. Resin is applied by hundreds of dosed nozzles, which allows to obtain high precision, even at the level of 16µm. Each applied layer undergo polymerization by two-side UV lamps radiation. Huge advantage of PolyJet technology is the possibility of using support material, which we can easily get rid of by water in pressure washer. Supports are constructed not to harm the base model surface, so it remains perfectly smooth.
• white (VeroWhitePlus);
• black (VeroBlackPlus);
• blue (VeroBlue);
• grey (VeroGrey);
• polypropylene imitation material (Durus) is perfect for making terminals and latches in different models,
• higher temperature resistance material (High Temperature),
• elastic materials – TangoGray (grey) and TangoBlack (black),
• biocompatible (MED610)
DMLS technology (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) allows to print from metal powders, which is selective sintered with laser beam. Specification of this technology allows to print even the most complex geometries. The big advantage of DMLS is printing details which are hard to print with conventional methods of making metal elements. Prints have very good strength properties. DMLS is especially dedicated to aerospace, automotive and medical trades. Materials used for 3D printing with DMLS technology are mainly titanium, cobalt,chromium, aluminium and nickel alloys, tool steels but also surgical stainless steels.
Specification of aluminium alloy (AlSiMg10):
• great projection of details dimensions,
• high thermal resistance,
• good mechanical properties,
• perfect for thin-wall printing models.
Specifiaction of titanium alloy (TiAl6V4):
• good mechanical properties,
• high corrosion resistance,
• good prints accuracy,
• low weight,
• possibility of making range of treatments (polishing, heat treatment, cutting treatment),
Use additive technology for rapid prototyping and fast manufacturing. Create jigs & fixtures, spare parts or devices case.
Mock-up of the production and storage hall connected to the office building and technical rooms in a scale of 1: 200. The entire plant area has been developed with roads, squares, greenery, concierge, fire pump and water tank. Everything was made in 1:1 color. The model was designed in the Autodesk Fusion program based on land use plans and on the basis of photos of buildings and surroundings.
Technology: PolyJet, FDM, SLA
3D printer: Stratasys Objet 30, MakerBot Method, Formlabs Form 2
Materials: VeroWhite, PLA, Żywica Standard Grey
The Vibroson company from Łódź uses 3D prints in the process of casting machine elements. The model is imprinted in molding sand, from which the casting mold is then made. Vibroson provides solutions used in the energy industry.
3D printer: Stratasys F370
Post processing: dissolving the support material
Drone prototype made in mixed technology: FDM and SLA. The model has moving parts and LED lighting. The object was 100% made on 3D printers. In addition, it has been treated – grinding and varnishing.
Technology: FDM and SLA
Materials: Clear Resin, Grey Pro Resin, ABS M30
Post processing: grinding, varnishing, LED lighting assembly
Prototype for automotive. A panel with a leather texture made in FDM technology. The printout presents broad technological possibilities of 3D printers. The use of texture and soluble support material makes the layers on the print surface (characteristic of FDM technology) not visible.
Technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
3D printer: Stratasys F370
Material: ASA (black)
Post processing: dissolving the support material
We use 3D printing technology for small-lot-production. In this case, several dozen masking caps have been created in FDM technology. In addition, varnish treatment was applied in the RAL colors specified by the customer.
Post processing: varnishing treatment
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