Serviplast 3D printing allows you to design prototypes with complex shapes or that are even impossible to manufacture using traditional techniques. By removing the need for tools, 3D printing reduces costs and decreases the development time required for your prototypes.
3D printing allows a prototype to be obtained at speed so that you can view it and carry out operating tests on it (type of material chosen based on requirements). Thanks to our R&D department and our mastery of drawing tools, modification and improvement requests can be implemented immediately, in collaboration with you.
We can 3D print a short run of parts with a short turnaround time. This run allows you to test the parts under actual operating conditions or whilst you are waiting for an injection mould to be printed.
Our team will provide you with advice regarding the material, the finishing and the colour best suited to your run, etc.
The Startasys F370 is an FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) device and deposits a melted plastic filament in layers 0.127 to 0.330 m thick.
The operating principal is that a nozzle moving on a plane extrudes a heated plastic filament, which since it is melted when deposited, welds itself onto the previous layer.
Printing volume: 356 x 254 x 356 regulated.
Printable materials: PLA, ASA, ABS, PC-ABS, TPU 92A black.
The Insight software allows us to optimise the printing of the part.
This interface also allows us to integrate the mounting of an insert during printing.