3D Printing Technologies in Singapore
SLA, SLS, FDM & MJF 3D Printing

3D PRINTING Services

At ZELTA 3D, we utilizes the latest Industrial SLA, SLS, FDM & MJF 3D Printing technologies to fulfil your on demand manufacturing requirements in Singapore.

SLA PROTOTYPE

Stereolithography

SLS FUNCTIONAL

Selective Laser Sintering

MJF FUNCTIONAL

Multi Jet Fusion

FDM FUNCTIONAL

Fused Deposition Modeling

SELECTIVE LASER SINTERING | SLS

Precise, Tough & Functional Parts

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a 3D Printing process that make use of high powered laser to sinter thermoplastic powder layer by layer. Parts can be produced without the need for support structures, enabling the creation of complex, strong and durable parts. This material is suitable for cost effective production run of end use parts, upward of 1,000 parts within days.

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STEREOLITHOGRAPHY | SLA

Rigid, Transparent, Flexible Parts

Stereolithography, SLA 3D Printing is a high resolution 3D Printing Process that could capture parts with layer resolution as fine as 20 micron. This 3D Printing processes is a photo polymerisation technique that produces parts through curing photo polymer resin. Parts produced in this process will have smooth surface details, less visible 3D Print layer lines and very close to design accuracy. SLA 3D Printing process also allow the production of multi material parts, which range from rigid opaque, transparent to flexible.

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MULTI JET FUSION | MJF

Professional, High Strength Parts

MJF 3D Printing process enables the creation of intricate and complex parts without the need of support structures, resulting in high quality parts. Slightly differentiated from SLS, Multi jet Fusion (MJF) utilizes detailing agent and heat instead of lasers to fuse thermoplastic powder.

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FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING | FDM

Engineering Grade Parts

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) is the most commonly adopted 3D Printing process that produces parts by extruding molten thermoplastic in thin layers. Due to the extrusion process, parts produced via FDM have inherent visible 3D Print layer lines and support marks. Our Production Grade FDM enables production of functional thermoplastic such as ABS, PC, PC-ABS, ASA, Nylon, Carbon Composites, Ultem and Pekk Material for the most demanding mechanical applications.

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