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Common questions

To be able to 3D print a part, it is necessary that the file is in the format .stl , most modeling programs can export to this format without installing a plugin (as is the case with SketchUp). If you didn’t manage to export it to .stl you could also send it as .igs or .step and we would perform the conversion.

Most of the parts that are usually manufactured are between 20-35cm. When a part is superior, it should be done in parts and then assembled.

The quality of manufacture in FDM could be classified in:

· High: 0.1 layer height.
· Mean: 0.25 layer height.
· Low: 0.3 layer height.

However, this does not mean that a low-quality printed piece will look bad, but that its capping will be more visible.

The density with which a part is manufactured will depend on its purpose. If you need a very solid and sturdy piece that you will subsequently drill, it is advisable to manufacture it at 100.

On the other hand, if your project will be for exposure, does not need a high mechanical resistance or is a non-functional prototype, the density can be reduced to 5.

When you need to manufacture a small piece (1-5cm) and you need very high precision, as is the case of the dental and jeweler sector, DLP technology would be used to manufacture the pieces in resin.

On the other hand, when the dimensions of the part are higher, we will use FDM technology for its low manufacturing cost.

The most common materials with which it is usually manufactured in this type of technology are PLA and ABS, although there are others such as nylon or some flexible. What you are going to use will depend on your project and economic needs.

The material par excellence of 3D printing for its ease of printing and low cost. PLA or Polylactic Acid or Polylactid is a biodegradable plastic due to its natural origin (corn, potato or sugar cane).

There are many types of resins intended for printing by this technology. We can find everything from resins suitable for contact with food, to recastable resins designed for jewelry.

One of the toughest materials, manufactured using Jet Fusion. This self-sustaining powder requires no support structures and is a great choice for both fully functional prototypes and end-use parts. The disadvantage of this technology is its high price.

There is the possibility to print non-functional figures and prototypes (exposure) in full color. It is made with ColorJet Printing (CJP) technology involving two main components: core (ceramicderivative) and binder.

The manufacturing time of a part varies depending on the dimensions, quality, and density with which it is set up. The average time is 2-3 days depending on the print queue.

The manufacturing cost varies depending on the part’s printing hours (dimensions, quality, and density). If you want to know the exact price, send us your piece and we will give you a quote of it.

Our Services

Thanks to FDM and DLP technology we can replicate parts in 3D.

1. Plastics (FDM)
Manufacturing process in which a filament of material is melted and deposited in layers.

2. Resins (DLP)
Additive manufacturing process in which photosensitive resin is used that solidifies by ultraviolet light.

3. Polyamide 12 (Jet Fusion)
The processing station and container allows you to work on new creations while printing and cooling a part.

We understand design as a tool that must be applied in all phases of product development, from its initial conception to its manufacture with its subsequent communication.

1. Conceptual Development
Consideration of the different development possibilities, analyzed by sketches.

2. Product Development
We model the proposed solutions in 3D, developing several iterations.

3. Visual Communication
The entire image that encompasses the sale and distribution of your product.

Scanning allows to obtain 3d models from photographs with high quality textures, the process is based on:

1. Capturing textures
This process allows you to transform a physical model to a virtual plane.

2. Point Mesh
Joining points by lines, based on triangular polygons.

3. Conversion to Surfaces
From a triangular mesh, a series of curves is created to form the surface.

3d scanning is the most effective method to obtain a record of the part at the current time, being able to restore and even modify it. From virtual models can be manufactured by 3d printing or manufactured in CNC machines or machining robots.