3D Printing

3D PRINTING SERVICE

As specialists in bespoke manufacturing, at INDUSTRI we have an industrial 3D printing service. This enables us to offer a comprehensive service ranging from the design to the production of functional prototypes and custom-made pieces, as well as small and medium-size runs.

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Advantages of 3D printing

Precision manufacturing

Our additive manufacturing service means that we can create complex 3D designs offering high precision combined with isotropic mechanical and thermal properties. We make prototypes and completely functional parts of the finest quality.

Colour 3D printing

To provide a completely customised service at INDUSTRI, as well as our black and white option, we offer the possibility of colour 3D printing. Add colour for a clear-cut idea of what the final piece will look like.

Process acceleration

3D printing means faster manufacturing processes, in the case of both prototypes and of mass production. We can create a prototype or functional part and print it out in different versions, all in a matter of hours.

Materials

Polyamide 12, also known as PA 12 or Nylon 12, is a good general-use plastic known for its toughness, tensile strength, impact strength and ability to flex without fracture. PA 12 has long been used by injection moulders due to these mechanical properties. And more recently, PA 12 has been adopted as a common material in additive manufacturing processes for creating functional parts and prototypes.

Polyamide 12 is a self-supporting powder; it requires no support structure and works equally well for fully functional prototypes and end-use parts. Texturing, embossing, engraving and labelling are also possible with this material.

Innovative technology: Multi Jet Fusion

We use the most advanced 3D printing technology to offer an all-round, top quality service. And to do it, we use HP Multi Jet Fusion Vulcan 580 printers; ideal for rapid prototyping.

Multi Jet Fusion technology functions by means of a printhead which deposits a heat conducting liquid, known as the fusion agent, on a layer of powder. The printing process is immediately followed by the application of an infrared lamp, which acts as a source of heat. The powder in areas containing the fusion agent absorbs the heat more effectively than the powder without the agent, meaning that the former will fuse to result in the final part.

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Sectors

At INDUSTRI we provide our 3D Printing service to numerous sectors:

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    Why INDUSTRI?

    Personalisation and
    Advice

    At INDUSTRI we work hand in hand with our customers, meaning that we can manufacture all kinds of components adapted to their needs.

    Innovation and
    Technology

    We have our own R&D Department, enabling us to lead the way in the development of new products.

    Responsibility

    We are committed to efficiency and constant improvement as the path to sustainability.

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