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From Prototype to Production
MLP (Multi-Jet) 3D Printers
MultiJet Printing is a material jetting printing process that uses piezo printhead technology to deposit materials layer-by-layer. These high-resolution 3D printers use a separate, meltable or dissolvable support material that can be completely removed in a virtually hands-free process, allowing even the most delicate and complex features to be thoroughly cleaned without damage.
3D Systems’ MJP materials include a range of engineering, rigid, elastomer, composite, and wax materials.
DLP (Digital Light Processing)
DLP machines use a projected light source to cure the entire layer at once. Figure 4® delivers ultra-fast additive manufacturing technology with systems that offer the expandable capacity to meet your present and future needs. With access to a range of innovative materials, Figure 4 enables tool-less alternatives to traditional injection molding or urethane casting processes with direct digital production of precision plastic parts and ultra-fast same-day rapid prototyping.
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
LCD printers are resin-based (or vat-polymerization) 3D printing technologies. The process works with a photosensitive resin that is stored in a tank and cured by a light source. This light source is used to solidify the resin.
SLS 3D Printer
Expand your manufacturing capabilities with production-grade nylon materials to produce tough, functional complex parts with excellent surface finish, resolution, accuracy, repeatability and low total cost of operations. SLS printers print in thermoplastic materials designed to offer you the full range of capabilities and isotropic properties, from rigid to elastomeric, high elongation, high impact strength, and high-temperature resistance.
SLA 3D Printers
3D Systems—the inventor of Stereolithography (SLA) and the only SLA manufacturer offering the total solution with integrated hardware, software and materials fine-tuned to achieve renowned SLA parts quality—brings you legendary precision, repeatability and reliability in SLA 3D printers. SLA printers work with a wide range of materials, with a range of sizes and price points, which are designed for prototyping, end-use part production, casting patterns, molds, tooling, fixtures and medical models.
Metal 3D Printing
Design, test and produce metal parts with 3D printing that are simply not possible with standard manufacturing. Create lightweight, high-strength structures and deliver new capabilities.
CJP (ColorJet) 3D Printers
ColorJet Printing (CJP) is an additive manufacturing technology with two main components: core material and binder. The core material is spread in thin layers over the build platform with a roller. After each layer is spread, color binder is selectively jetted from inkjet print heads, causing the core to solidify. The build platform lowers to allow every subsequent layer to be spread and printed, resulting in a full-color three-dimensional model.
HPS 3D Printing
HPS Technology: Hybrid PhotoSynthesis
Lumia X1 delivers impeccable print quality at leading-edge speed. The Lumia X1 uses high-end optoelectronics with top-of-the-line mechatronics to produce a highly repeatable curing process. This combined with the HPS and TruLayer technologies help achieve near-isotropic mechanical properties in all three directions.
Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
GEARBOX 3D PRINTERS
Gearbox™ prints a broad array of materials, including PEEK, PEKK, and Ultem PEI.
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