3D printing is a simple process, where, layer by layer, a digital model, such as a 3D scan or CAD model, is turned into a physical 3D object. Different printers can use different types of materials.

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

  • Print volume of 210 x 210 x 250 mm;
  • Materials used
    PETG: Polyethylene terephthalate glycol
    PLA: Polylactic acid
    ABS: Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
    ASA: Acrylic styrene acrylonitrile
    HIPS: High impact polystyrene
    Carbon-fiber reinforced material
  • Printing resolution of 0.05 mm
    Minimal layer height

Stereolithography (SLA)

  • Print volume of 335 x 200 x 300mm;
  • Material used:
    UV resin (various types)
    XY resolution of 0.025mm;

    Laser spot size of 0.085mm.

Nucleom is able to help customers in the design and conception of products by combining 3D scan solutions with its R&D team. Evaluations through this process can be done for simple components to more complex assemblies.

Repair solutions for start-up prototyping or a simple turnaround can be accomplished through 3D printing. The production of complex and customized parts through 3D printing does not limit design as traditional CNC or fabrication processes do.

This brings 3D printing to be the method of choice when the turnaround time is critical and the necessity for small production is required.

To read more on our 3D SCANNING SOLUTIONS R&D


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