3D Printing
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3D Printing Service
3D printing is a kind of rapid prototyping technology, also known as additive manufacturing. It is a technology that uses adhesive materials such as powdered metal or plastic to construct objects based on digital model files by printing layer by layer. The 3D printing manufacturing process will be very suitable for design verification, functional testing of your prototype project, or as your conceptual design demonstration. With the latest industrial 3D printing technology, through SLA, SLS, MJF, SLM rapid prototyping manufacturing process, coupled with our rich production experience, we can produce high-quality prototype parts in a short time. If you have any questions about the design of 3D printing products and the raw materials used, please see more information about 3D printing design guidelines and 3D printing materials.

SLA (Stereo Lithography Appearance)
The laser with specific wavelength and intensity is focused on the surface of the photocured material, which is solidified from point to line and from line to surface in order to complete the drawing operation of one layer, and then the lifting platform moves a layer height in the vertical direction, and then solidifies another layer. So that the layers are stacked together to form a three-dimensional entity.
● High efficiency, high precision, low cost ● Good surface finish ● Complicated structural shapes can be made ● Coloring and painting can be customized

SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)
A layer of powder material is laid on the upper surface of the formed part by powder laying and heated to a temperature just below the sintering point of the powder. The control system controls the laser beam to scan on the powder layer according to the cross-sectional profile of the layer. The temperature of the powder is raised to the melting point, sintered and bonded with the molded part below. After the completion of a layer, the worktable drops a layer of thickness, and the paving roller spreads a layer of uniform dense powder on the top, and sintering of a new layer of cross section until the whole model is completed.
● High efficiency, high precision, low cost ● Simple manufacturing process, no need for supporting structure ● Complicated structural shapes can be made ● Parts have high strength and good toughness

MJF (Multi-Jet Fusion)
The technology mainly uses two separate thermal inkjet arrays to produce parts. When printing, one of them will spray flux and the other will spray fine agent, applying energy to the forming area to melt the powder. These steps will reciprocate until the entire object is printed in layers. MJF can process nylon materials with better mechanical properties, and because there is no need for pre-heating and cooling, MJF can achieve a shorter processing cycle.
● High efficiency, more than 10 times that of ordinary technology ● High precision, accuracy range is 0.02-0.1mm ● High-performance materials, complex structure shapes can be made ● Low cost, material reuse rate can reach 80%

SLM (Selective Laser Melting)
Similar to SLS manufacturing process, it is a major technical approach in metal material additive manufacturing.The technology uses laser as the energy source, and scans the metal powder bed layer by layer according to the path planned in the 3D CAD slice model. The scanned metal powder is melted and solidified to achieve the effect of metallurgical bonding, and finally obtain the design of the model Metal parts.
● Good mechanical properties ● High efficiency ● Complicated structural shapes can be made ● Weldability