Rapid Prototyping

Find out how to make high quality prototypes in a very short time.


Additive Manufacturing

FDM literally means fused deposition modeling and is a three-dimensional modeling technology that uses filaments of definitive material such as ABS, PC, Ultem.

Definitive material and a degree of precision not yet reachable by most of the rapid additive prototyping machines. The prototypes obtained from the solid can be subjected to certification , tests in the wind tunnel, functional tests or chemicals .

Excellent rapid manufacturing resource to produce numerically limited series items using polyurethane material. You can produce parts with rigid , semi-rigid or soft plastic and materials are available with V0 certification and FDA certification

Scale 3D models and special machines.

For fairs or special projects to present to an audience, our customers ask us to reproduce mockup or 3D scale models that serve to represent the product or its specific functionality.

The Rapid Prototyping at your service

Modern rapid prototyping technologies allow you to achieve high quality prototypes in very short time by exploiting the potential of Additive Manufacturing. The construction process of these prototypes takes place by "addition" of material, this means that the material needed to obtain a given geometry sediments (thanks to a laser or filaments of molten material) layer by layer, guaranteeing a great constructive freedom without limitations for undercuts, sharp edges or draft angles that cannot be achieved with classic subtractive technologies. The research focused on improving the performance of both rapid prototyping machines and materials that are increasingly closer to the final ones in the case of stereolithography and sintering, increasingly performing as technopolymers in the case of FDM instead. Material improvements are immediately noticeable and have been understood not only by the consumer products industry (a pioneer in the use of these technologies) but also by the world of mechanical constructions intended as packaging or production lines that are replacing old and expensive metal components with the new plastic models, often breaking away from the plastered and hierarchical logic of the subcontracting of spare parts and line maintenance. Even the world of avionics and aerospace research has been able to recognize the innovation of additive manufacturing and has invested in the search for solutions suited to its needs, paving the way for the sintering processes of metals and composite materials to be used not simply for laboratory tests but also for components mounted on real aircraft. So, whatever is your reference sector, you can choose from a wide range of materials and technologies the most suitable solution for your needs, whether you need to make aesthetic pieces or whether you need to make functional pieces to be tested. Find out more about our rapid prototyping services and the surface finishes we can make.

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