At Fibometry ee carry out 3D printing using a variety of technologies and materials. The most popular technologies are:

FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling)

It is one of the most widely used 3D printing technologies. In FDM, plastic filaments are gradually heated and applied layer by layer to apply for a three-dimensional object.

SLA (Stereolithography)

In SLA 3D printing technology, UV light is used to cure the liquid resin, layer by layer, creating a three-dimensional object.

SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)

In SLS technology, the laser beam fuses the powder particles together, building up the model layer by layer. The most commonly used material is PA12, but also PA11, TPU, PAGF, PAFR.

SLM (Selective Laser Melting)

Selective Laser Melting technology allows the production of precise and homogeneous components from metal powders.

DLP (Digital Light Processing)

DLP technology is nothing more than the selective layer-by-layer curing of photopolymer resins with UV light. DLP vs SLA In SLA, 3D printing is based on exposing successive print dots using a laser beam, whereas in DLP, the entire layer is immediately exposed to UV light.

MJF (Multi Jet Fusion)

3D printing technology was patented by HP. It involves bonding plastic powders together using a moving, high-precision thermal head and print heads that apply two types of agents to aid the printing process.

Each of these methods has its advantages and disadvantages. The application depends on the needs of a particular project.

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