The easiest and fastest way to provide customers with prototypes. Polymer filaments are extruded through a heated nozzle in order to build the part in 3D.
Allows very fine details, compared to FDM/FFF, but with a significant longer print time and a smaller build volume.
The photosensitive resin is cured by a UV light layer by layer, to build the part in 3D.
The subtracting technology disruptor. By means of a movable laser beam, metal powder or wire is selectively sintered locally in layers, thereby solidifying a cross-section of the component.
By means of a movable electron beam, metal powder or wire is selectively sintered locally in layers and the cross-section of the component solidifies. An important different with respect SLM and SLS is that the process is conducted under vacuum or inert gases, perfect for chemically reactive metals.