Materials

Technology and Processes

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FULL-COLOR SANDSTONE

Full-Color

Abrasive Surface Properties with a Glossy Finish

Delicate Strength

Economical

 

CJP (COLOR-JET) 3D PRINTING

An inkjet technology that has been adapted for use in three-dimensional use. Optimal for scientific models, architectural display pieces. Models fabricated from a gypsum powder, colored by fluid ink, and requires additional time to dry and cure. Limited handling reccomended given the material’s fragility.

FULL-COLOR PLASTIC (Opaque and Transparent)

Full-Color an Transparency

Smooth & Seemless with a Matte or Glossy Finish

Optimal Resolution

Increased Durability

 

SLA (STEREOLITHOGRAPHY) 3D PRINTING

A form of 3D printing technology that builds parts in a layer by layer fashion using photopolymerization, a process by which light causes chains of molecules to link, forming polymers of varying transparency that can be colored using CMYK color space.

 

DURABLE AND PRECIOUS METALS

Stainless Steel

Abrasive Surface Properties

Increased Durability

DMLS (DIRECT METAL LASER SINTERING) 3D PRINTING

DMLS is an additive manufacturing technology that builds high quality complex metal parts from 3D CAD data. In the machine, a high precision laser is directed to metal powder particles to selectively build up thin horizontal metal layers one after the other.

PLASTIC ACRYLIC

Full-color Part Assembly

High Volume Runs

Increased Flexibility

Affordable for large scale production

 

 

INJECTION MOLDING

A manufacturing process for producing parts by injecting molten material into a mold. Injection molding can be performed with a host of materials. High-volume runs result with decreasing unit costs of each model. Bulk discounts available.