3d printing


"Models Improves significantly communication between designer, client, and manufacturer"


   3D printing is a phrase used to describe the process of creating three dimensional objects from digital file using a special printer, where an object is created by laying down successive layers of engineered material.

   The accuracy, strength and durability of the parts produced means that they can be machined, drilled, finished and painted, and they show no distortion over time. Models are suitable for all stages of the design cycle, from concept verification through form, fit, and functional testing.


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The function of models is to simulate the final product. A model reflect the physical dimensions of the design and enables engineers, designers, hobbyist, and architect to evaluate design or predict product failure in prior mass production stage that saves your money and decreases financial risk.

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Low-Volume Production

3D printing technology allows manufacturers to deliver and test products not only earlier but also to produce high-quality parts at a lower cost and the same time it helps to avoid mass production tooling. 

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Master Patterns 

Master Pattern can be used for a variety of manufacturing applications such as: rubber-plaster molding, epoxy tooling, investment casting, sand casting, and vacuum forming.

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