3D-Printing 

also known as additive manufacturing (AM), refers to processes used to synthesize a three-dimensionalobject in which successive layers of material are formed under computer control to create an object.

Objects can be of almost any shape or geometry and are produced from digital model data 3D model or another electronic data source such as an Additive Manufacturing File (AMF) file.

Our 3D Printer Equipment 

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Form Labs Form 1+

Formlabs introduced the first desktop resin 3D printer in 2012 with the launch of the original Form 1 on Kickstarter. The Form 1+ came soon after, with refined components. Among others, these included a faster and more powerful laser for curing liquid resin through the stereolithography additive manufacturing process. The resulting prints that come off of the Form 1+ have consistently been among the highest quality objects to come off of any desktop 3D printer.

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Big Rep ONE.2

The BigRep ONE.2 was created to make 3D printing for large-scale objects as easy as possible. Every detail has received full expertise and experience — for better quality, higher speed, and increased safety.

The new BigRep ONE.2 features a build volume of X 1005mm * Y 1005mm * Z 1005mm.
With a capacity of over one cubic meter, the new BigRep ONE v3 provides the largest FFF build volume currently available on the international market.

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x-400 & Makerbot Replicators 4th & 5th Gen.

X400 PRO V3 3D printer swiftly and cheaply turn your ideas into prototypes, concepts or demo models. Engineered and made in Germany, the X400 PRO V3 is designed for large format industrial 3D printing.

Its 390 x 400 mm build platform and a possible height of 320 mm* enable the X400 PRO V3 to provide the ideal basis for printing large objects.

The MakerBot Replicator 2X is an advanced desktop 3D printer with dual extrusion that is optimized for printing with MakerBot ABS and Dissolvable Filament. You can create complex designs with intricate or interior supports using dissolvable filament.