What is 3D printing?

3D printing is a materialization of a product or a prototype  from a virtual 3D model. Many 3D printing technologies like FDM, SLA, SLS, DLP, SLM are available now and are applied for creating high-quality products. Materials used in printing technologies are evolving: polymers, powder-metal,  ceramic powder.

3D printing will help you  to see a future product  in full-size or scalable and  to test it functionality.

This step is a crucial stage before taking decision for serial production. A printed prototype will allow you to find engineering mistakes or defects with possibility to fix them before costly production phase.

High-quality materials used in 3D printing help to test different physical and chemical properties of product, based on customer’s requirements.


SLA technology
SLA stands for Stereo Litography Apparatus
The idea is based on a layer by layer sintering of liquid photo-polymer by laser beam.
Parameters of equipment:
  • build volume: 140*140*170 mm
  • layer thickness: 25-100 microns
  • accuracy: +/- 0.1 mm
materials: standard, engineering, flexible, high temperature, castable resins.

Samples of 3D printing

Machinery and repairment

3D printing is used for creating:

  • prototypes in defence industry
  • units in precise instrument-making
  • units for repairment of home appliances
  • small parts in auto-industry, machinery
  • small-scale production
Architecture and design

3D printing is used for creating:

  • architect models
  • art models
  • scalable models
  • souvenirs
Medicine (neurosurgery and dentistry)

3D printing is used for creating:

  • pre-surgery test on prototypes
  • biocompatible implants in surgery, dentistry, etc
  • prototypes of teeth, jaws
  • mouth guards

3D printing is used for creating:

  • master-models
  • castable models
  • prototypes for silicone mold