Ranging from basic plastic for your ordinary toys and collectibles, to high-end resin that could even be used in dental applications, we offer the full suite solutions.
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The printing process creates visible stepping between layers. Support structures are generated to scaffold overhangs, which are manualay removed after printing. The stepping and support structures create a coarse and sometimes rough surface.
This is a great material to use for prototyping and perfecting your final design.
ABS or Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene is a thermoplastic with a rough surface. It is very useful for functional applications because it matches most of the properties of injected production material. ABS models are accurate and display an intermediate level of printed details. You will have a lot of freedom to design your model.
The material is UV resistant and closest to the material of real production models. ABS is used for full functional models.
PETG or PET-G (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol-modified) is a modified version of PET. PETG combines the most useful characteristics of both ABS filament (stronger and more durable) and PLA filament (easier to print). PEGT material has the virtue of being both odorless and low-warp and is useful in a wide range of printing applications. The 3D printing PETG filament is suitable for printing the 3D models that have demanding requirements for toughness, strength, and/or heat-resistance, such as pendants or lamp shades.
Our Translucent PETG Filament for 3D Printers is the premium quality 3d printing material compatible for wide range of FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) 3D Printers and suitable for educational, professional and home use.
Models of transparent resin are built from a hardened liquid or resin. The material is strong, hard, stiff, water resistant, and transparent. This resin is suitable for models needing a good, smooth, quality surface with a transparent look. It is suitable for accurate models or demo models and models with limited functionality. Freedom of design is limited by the structure necessary to support the model during printing.
Used for models that are transparent or have a smooth surface.
Overview: Application – Jewellery
The most popular material for the jewellery industry, this extremely versatile material is predominantly used in lost wax casting, silicone and rubber mould. This resin is known to yield highest quality and crisp details along with standard burnout procedure. These properties are extremely useful when it comes to producing high quality parts for industries that deal with precise and intricate designs such as jewellery.
Good surface finish, Easy to burnout, No residue, Resistance on transport & handling and No inhibition to silicone.
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