3D Printing Technology

Industrial SLA, MJF, SLS, FDM 3D Printing Technology

Industrial SLA 3D Printing Singapore

SLA, DLP, POLYJET

Stereo lithography (SLA), DLP and Polyjet are high resolution 3D Printing Process that could capture parts with layer resolution as fine as 16 micron. These 3D Printing processes are photo polymerisation techniques that produce parts through curing photo polymer resin. Parts produced in these processes will have smooth surface details, less visible 3D Print layer lines and very close to design accuracy. These 3D Printing processes also allow the production of multi material parts, which range from rigid opaque, transparent and flexible.

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Industrial MJF 3D Printing Singapore

MULTI JET FUSION (MJF)

MJF Process is a competing technology to traditional SLS Process that produces tough and durable Nylon material at a much faster, more economical rate. Nylon parts via MJF Process will also have slightly smoother and more watertight properties compared to SLS parts. This Industrial 3D Printing process enables the creation of intricate and complex parts without the need of support structures, resulting in high quality parts.Highly similar to SLS, Multi jet Fusion (MJF) utilises detailing agent and Heat instead of lasers to fuse Polyamide powder which results in slightly smoother and less porous parts.

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Industrial SLS 3D Printing Singapore

SELECTIVE LASER SINTERING (SLS)

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a type of additive manufacturing or 3D Printing process that make use of high powered laser to sinter Polyamide (Nylon) powder layer by layer to produce highly complex parts without the need for support structures. This process enables the creation of complex, strong and durable parts in Nylon material. This material will have a powdery feel to the touch surface texture but can be post processed to smoother finishing. This is a stable material and can serve as end use parts.

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Industrial FDM 3D Printing Singapore

FUSED DEPOSITION MODELLING

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) is the most commonly adopted 3D Printing process that produces parts by extruding molten thermoplastic in thin layers. Parts produced via FDM will have visible 3D Print layer lines and support marks. Despite FDM limitations, at ZELTA 3D, we ensure that all materials are produced in the most optimal manner possible. For better results, utilisation of Industrial FDM enables production of functional thermoplastic such as ABS, PC, PC-ABS, ASA, Nylon, Carbon Composites and Ultem Material for light weight yet tough parts that are stable over time.

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