Definition of Additive Manufacturing
3D printing is also called additive manufacturing, which refers to the fact that this process is based on the manufacture of objects by adding thin layers on top of each other. This method of manufacturing layer by layer allows to obtain the most complex forms.
Companies or individuals may need to use 3D printing for different reasons or purposes.
We can, through 3D manufacturing, realize your functional prototypes. Indeed, the additive or 3D manufacturing allows to realize resistant parts, without almost any constraint of form, and quickly.
3D manufacturing is also a fast and very suitable solution for model needs, whether they are design orarchitecture.
And finally, thanks to our production capacity, we are able to offer our customers the possibility to manufacture small series of parts through the additive manufacturing process.
For an even more real rendering, it is possible to realize the finishing of your parts: sanding, painting, varnishing, priming, assembling are some of the available services. 3D Prod also offers to help you in the realization of your 3D files, with our design office which offers you its CAD services.
Numerous possibilities depending on the use
We have integrated a wide range of technologies and materials, as well as machine sizes, to meet most of your needs in functional prototypes, small series and models:
- Laser sintering is rather intended for the realization of resistant functional parts, but also of models.
- Stereolithography allows the production of parts with a very high level of finish but limited resistance. This is perfectly suited to the production of appearance parts.
- Multijet is the only 3D technology that allows to mix materials and obtain parts including rigid parts with flexible parts.
- The wire deposition is rather intended for the manufacture of functional parts, models and prototypes.
Save time with online quoting and ordering
In order to save you time on your additive manufacturing projects, you will be able to get your immediate quote and order online on our website all your parts in stereolithography, powder sintering, multijet and wire deposition.
We also propose to use vacuum casting for your small series with an important level of details or a need for specific resin (food, glass filled...). It is necessary to make a feasibility study before using this technology.