Advanced 3D Printing

Advanced 3D Printing


  • Fused filament fabrication (FFF)/ Fused Deposition modelling (FDM)

A 3D printing technology that works by extruding a thermoplastic polymer through a heated nozzle and applying it to the building surface.

Maximum Print Size: 1000 x 1000 x 1000 mm (larger pieces are joined together by gluing or mechanical pins)

Materials: Standard plastic (ABS, ASA, PLA, PET, PP, PA), composite materials (PET+CF, ABS+CF, PA+GF,..), high temperature materials (PEEK, PPSU,..), flexible materials (TPU, TPC, rubber..)

  • mSLA - Masked Stereolithography

MSLA technology enables the production of 3D printed products by solidifying individual layers from photopolymer resins. The resins harden when exposed to strong UV light against a template generated by the printer using a high-resolution screen. The products therefore have a nicer surface, while at the same time achieving an accuracy of up to 0.1 mm.

Maximum Print Size: 292 x 163 x 410 mm

Materials: standard rigid and tough materials, flexible materials, high temperature materials, fire-resistant materials,…

  • LPBF - Laser Powder Bed Fusion

Method where the application mechanism distributes very thin layers of metal powder on the work surface, which descends layer by layer along the Z axis. Each layer of metal powder is then melted in the required position for the object with selective laser melting of metal powder using a high- power laser beam and a galvo scanner that directs the laser beam. The energy of the laser beam completely melts the metal powder, creating solid and homogeneous metal objects that offer high structural strength.

Maximum Print Size: fi 100x200 mm

Materials: Stainless Steel, CoCr