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We like to improve and innovate, always looking ahead and investing in new technologies and last generation equipment. We never stop, wanting to surprise you with an “extra-something”, above and beyond your needs.

Object

The Objet machine, a modern three dimensional printer, allows the creation of models in different plastic materials and rubber of various hardness simultaneously. Thus in just one printing they are able to produce objects made of different materials.
With this technology we can achieve accurate, polished and highly detailed 3D pieces.

F.D.M. (Fused Deposition Modeling)

The Fused Deposition Modelling (F.D.M.) machine constructs three-dimensional objects extruding and depositing thermoplastic material layer by layer.
We can build prototypes in ABS material, starting from a 3d file.
All the models are finished and measured to give best quality of the product.
Dimension: 200x200x300 mm

Stereolithography (S.L.A.)

Stereolithography is the oldest of the rapid prototyping technologies present on the market. It is a technique based on photopolymerized liquid resins UV sensible to laser radiation. Thus we can create an object through additive technology, in other words constructed by layer. Thanks to the characteristics of materials used and laser precision working within the stereolithography machines, we are able to realize perfect parts even with complex geometries and large dimensions.

Tolerances: ±0,2% ±0,2 mm
Minimum thickness: 0,5 mm
Delivery time: 3-5 days
 from order and producible 3d files arrive (may change according to dimensions and requested specifications).

Selective Laser Sintering (S.L.S.)

The sintering technology, also called S.L.S. (Selective Laser Sintering), makes the prototype by the addition of material layer by layer, by powders’ laser sintering.
Starting from a 3d file, we can easily build plastic models of any complexity, otherwise hardly (or impossible) to do with traditional methods.
Models are usually used for style definition, functional (mechanical & thermal) test, assembly tests and so on.

Tolerances: ±0,2% ±0,2 mm
Minimum thickness: 0,5 mm
Delivery time: 4-5 days
 from order and producible 3d files arrive (may change according to dimensions and requested specifications).

Direct Metal Laser Sintering D.M.L.S.

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (D.M.L.S.) is extremely innovative and allows – directly from CAD file without the use of machines – to manufacture prototypes and parts directly from metal, ready to be tested and used. The parts are produced through local melting of metal powders to allow the construction of shapes with a layer thickness up to 20 micron.This technology allows a quick and efficient creation of very complex geometries, so it increases productivity.

Milling

Milling is a Rapid Manufacturing technique by materials removal.
Using cutters of different sizes and with different characteristics we are able to produce finished products starting from a single block of material chosen by the client (real wood essence, plexiglass, metal, and other materials). Inserts, mounted on to the milling machine gradually removes the excess material until reaching the desired shape and size of the model.

Microcasting

Microcasting, also known as wax casting, uses disposable models which are identical to the piece to be produced in metal, commonly known as waxes. They are realized in special materials that are designed to liquefy and burn at relatively low temperatures without leaving ashes. Disposable models are used to realize a structure referred to as cluster – where the parts are the “grapes” of the cluster and the “stalk” is the feeder channel for the melted metal. This wax structure is immersed in an inert material (gypsum or liquid ceramic) and then annealed. During the annealing phase, the refractory material solidifies and the wax dissolves, leaving a cavity identical to the pieces using the casting system. An empty shell is achieved which can then be filled with aluminium (if the shell is in gypsum) or with steel (if the shell is in ceramic). Ceramic shells are more resistant but the procedure to create them is much longer: they are achieved by immersing the cluster in the “liquid binder”, the liquid ceramic, allowing it to dry and repeating this sequence various times.
Ceramic microcastings have an exceptionally high resolutions, up to ±0.05 mm.