FDM(Polymers), SLA(Resin), SLS(Nylon) & DMLS(Metal
a way to make digital designs from a physical part
Ideas into tangible forms from paper to digital
Prototype will be provided as final product.
3D printing technologies are being used for a host of different applications. In addition to making prototypes to support new product development for the medical and dental industries The technology is also taken advantage of directly to manufacture both stock items.
The aerospace sector was an early adopter of 3D printing technologies in their earliest forms for product development and prototyping. have been at the sharp end in terms or pushing the boundaries of the technologies for manufacturing applications.
The aerospace companies. First (and still) using the technologies for prototyping applications, but developing and adapting their manufacturing processes to incorporate the benefits of improved materials and end results for automotive parts.
The design and manufacturing process for jewellery has always required high levels of expertise and knowledge involving specific disciplines that include fabrication, mould-making, casting, electroplating, forging, silver/gold smithing, stone-cutting, engraving and polishing. design freedoms enabled by 3D CAD and 3D printing.
Producing accurate demonstration models of an architect’s vision. 3D printing offers a relatively fast, easy and economically viable method of producing detailed models directly from 3D CAD More recently some visionary architects are looking to 3D printing as a direct construction method.
3D printing processes have improved in terms of resolution and more flexible materials.
3D printed accessories including shoes, head-pieces, hats and bags have all made their way on to global catwalks