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Currently, the most commonly used and optimal methods are Selective Laser Sintering, Multi Jet Fusionstereolithography, Fused Deposition Modeling, as well as Voxeljet PolyJet and MultiJet processes. In recent years, these methods have been extended to cover an even wider range of applications. Today, additive manufacturing is not only used for prototypes (Rapid Prototyping), but also for tools (Rapid Tooling) and even series parts (additive manufacturing). All of these processes are available at our 3D Printing Center. Our equipment and materials are always up-to-date.

Common to all processes is component production based on a build-up of material in layers by means of geometries obtained via 3D CAD or STL data. The various processes are complex – each has its own advantages and disadvantages. Depending on the chosen method and material, the resulting models will be suitable for different applications. For duplication of the master models, subsequent casting processes are often used both for plastic parts and metal castings.

Through additive manufacturing we can also offer tool-free production of batch sizes ranging from one unit to small series. Additive manufacturing thus “flexes its muscles” where traditional manufacturing reaches its limits. It also facilitates a design-oriented manufacturing process. 

We would be happy to advise you and show you the optimal process for your project. You can also visit our Rapid Prototyping Center. For reasons of confidentiality, however, this is only possible by appointment.

Christian Vonach

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Christian Vonach
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In his spare time, Christian Vonach sometimes ventures onto mirror-smooth surfaces. As an ice hockey ace, he knows that victory is only achievable if everyone plays as a team.

Process

Material

Advantages

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) PA 2200 Perfect material for additive production, allows the mechanical properties to be modeled with a wide operating temperature range.
PA3200-GF Components exhibit extra stability and/or stiffness thanks to the use of glass-reinforced material
PP First functional prototypes made of PP without color/surface requirements
Selective Laser Sintering with Rubber Rubber Shore A, hardness 50, 60, 70, 80, colorable
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) PA12 Cost-effective entry-level technology for series 3D printing 
Stereolithography (STL/SLA)  

Accura Xtreme
STANDARD

Plastic parts with excellent detail reproduction and countless surface options

Accura 25
FLEXIBLE

Plastic parts with higher elasticity requirements (modulus of elasticity of approx. 1600 MPa), maximum precision

DSM WaterClear Ultra 10122
TRANSPARENT

Highly transparent or translucent plastic parts, UV-resistant

DSM Somos ProtoTherm 12120
HIGH-TEMPERATURE

Plastic parts with an application range of up to around 121° Celsius

DSM Somos PerFORM
HIGH-TEMPERATURE, RIGID

Extremely rigid and thermally stable up to 230° Celsius. Highly suitable for wind-tunnel models and all rigid component applications. Flexural modulus 10,000 MPa
Fused Deposition Modeling Thermoplastics Functional prototypes made from ABS and PC
PolyJet/MultiJet technology
Objet Vero Blue Highly accurate models with 0.016 mm layering and 600 dpi resolution
Voxeljet technology PMMA Wax Wax-infiltrated PMMA model for lost-mold casting in VDD for the production of aluminum and zinc castings, concept models with construction layers of 0.08 mm
PMMA Epoxy Epoxy resin-infiltrated PMMA model as rigid support in jig and fixture construction

 

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