OEM 3D Printing Rapid prototyping SLA SLS Printing Service Manufacturer in China

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Introducing our advanced 3D printing rapid prototyping services, which include the latest technologies in SLA and SLS printing. Our expert team uses state-of-the-art equipment and software to bring your designs to life with unprecedented precision and speed.

Our SLA printing service utilizes high-precision lasers to create complex geometries with extremely fine details. This technology enables our teams to produce complex, high-resolution parts accurately and quickly. With our advanced SLS printing services, we can produce functional parts with incredible mechanical properties. Using laser sintering technology, we can create strong, durable, and heat-resistant components that are ideal for functional testing, end-use products, and even manufacturing.

Our features

1)OEM ODM manufacturing service 2)Confidentiality agreement

3)100% quality ensurance 4)lead time as fast as 3 day

5)Instant quote in 2 hours 6)worry free aftersales service

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What is 3D printing

What is 3D printing?

3D printing is a manufacturing process that uses digital files to create physical objects. It works by layering materials together until the desired shape is achieved. The process can use a variety of materials, such as plastic, metal, and even food. 3D printed products are revolutionizing manufacturing by using additive manufacturing technology to create complex, customized and innovative designs. This advanced technology has numerous applications across various industries.

What is rapid prototyping

What is rapid prototyping?

Rapid plastic prototyping is the rapid and cost-effective manufacture of plastic parts using additive manufacturing technology to create functional prototypes for testing and evaluation. It is used to test and improve product concepts before they go into production. 3D printing is often used as a rapid prototyping tool due to its ability to quickly create precise objects.

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What is SLA and SLS printing?

SLA and SLS are two 3D printing technologies.

SLA (stereolithography) print prototype services use photopolymer resin to quickly and accurately produce prototypes. This high-resolution 3D printing process can create complex and detailed models for design verification. Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a 3D printing technology that uses high-power lasers to melt powdered materials such as nylon or metal layer by layer to create strong, complex and durable objects. Both technologies are used in rapid prototyping, product development and manufacturing in a variety of industries.

Factors to consider when choosing between SLS and SLA

● Resolution

● Appearance

● Abrasion resistance

● Mechanical resistance

Factors to consider when choosing between SLS and SLA

1.What is the strongest 3D printing technology?

The strength of 3D printing technology often depends on the materials used and the specific application. Some commonly used 3D printing technologies known for producing strong and durable parts include selective laser sintering (SLS), direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), and fused deposition modeling (FDM) reinforced details using high-performance materials such as carbon fiber or glass fiber. Silk. When determining which 3D printing technology will best meet your needs, be sure to consider the specific requirements of your project.

2.Why is SLS printing so expensive?

Because the SLS technology requires a high-powered laser, a high level of precision, and tight control throughout the printing process, even the cheapest SLS printer is more expensive than most fused deposition modeling (FDM) and many stereolithography (SLA) printers.

3.What are the disadvantages of SLS manufacturing?

Higher waste than other additive manufacturing

Unfortunately, SLS does produce some waste since the powder in the chamber is preheated so that it will sinter with minimal exposure to the laser. This can cause particle grains in the loose powder bed to partially fuse which compromises its quality for reuse.

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