Overcome the restrictions of traditional manufacturing and print complex 3D parts, using a range of sophisticated 3D printing technology.
Being one of the fastest 3D printing technologies, FDM is great for creating functional prototypes in low-production runs, in a range of thermoplastic materials such as ABS, PLA and Nylon. Learn More
Ideal for creating models and prototypes that need to closely resemble the look, feel and function of the final product, using translucent, opaque and rubber-like materials. Learn More
Well suited for creating small, complex, and detailed metal parts with superior strength, in range of metal materials such as Stainless Steel, titanium, nickel alloys, and cobalt chrome. Learn More
Choosing the right technology could be the difference between your 3D printed part being deemed a ‘success’ or ‘failure’. Not to mention the effect it could have on final production costs.
If you’re seeking guidance on what technology you should choose, please chat to one of our application engineers.