3D printing and 3D scanning
The most frequently used materials for 3D printing
We also provide 3D printing options from other materials:
ASA, CPE, PMMA, PC, NYLON, WOOD
supporting materials:: HIPS, PVA
materials glowing in the dark: ABS, PLA
FDM, SLA and SLS technologies
FDM (fused deposition modeling) – compressed and expanded plastic wire travels to the print head, which melts it and then presses it onto the base. The melted plastic is gradually layered on top of itself, cools and a 3D model is created.
SLA (stereolithography) – this is a high-detail 3D printing that uses a liquid photopolymer resin. It is hardened by the action of a precisely focused ultraviolet beam. This technology allows printing in high resolution.
SLS (selective laser sintering) – uses powder materials that are melted with a laser beam.
3D scanning - photogrammetry and X-ray technology
Industrial computed tomography enables successful implementation of measurement and control tasks with high accuracy.
It is aimed at measuring and checking entire parts that are made of plastic or light metals, without the need for their destruction.
Using the traditional coordinate measurement technique, hidden structures can only be checked after the time-consuming destruction of the component by individual layers.