Process Types

Material Jetting

Material Jetting is a process category in ISO/ASTM 52900:2015. It is a 3d printing process where the elements fo the workpiece are deposited as individual droplets. This allows for high resolution parts, separate materials for model and support and fast production.

We offer two types of silicone rubber via material jetting, one with hardness Shore A 35 (called "AR-G1L, low hardness" on the platform), and one with hardness Shore A 65 (called "AR-G1H, high hardness" on the platform).

Head over to our platform and get an instant quote now!

Fused Deposition Modeling

Fused Deposition Modeling is the most well known 3D printing technology. It belongs to the process category "Material Extrusion" of ISO/ASTM 52900:2015. The workpiece is shaped line by line out of a melted thermoplast. Depending on the part design, FDM delivers high quality parts at low prices. Due to the filament feedstock, a large number of materials and colors are available.

On our platform we offer PLA and PETG in many different colors. Upon request, we can also handle specific materials.

Head over to our platform and get an instant quote now!

Multi-Jet Fusion

Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF) is a proprietary technology by HP that belongs to the process category "Powder Bed Fusion" of ISO/ASTM 52900:2015, more specifically the sub-category "polymer powder bed fusion". The elements of the workpiece are selectively melted from a polymer powder feedstock. MJF uses a heat lamp instead of a laser for the melting process, which differentiates it from SLS, another popular technology in that category. With MJF, complex functional parts can be printed with ease.

On our platform we currently offer hte material PA12 in its naturally grey color.

Head over to our platform and get an instant quote now!