Laser sintering of plastics enables the production of highly complex parts with dimensional accuracy and excellent mechanical strength by sintering thermoplastic powders. This process allows the production of quality parts in a short time. Do you want to know more about this technology? Send us a private message!
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Tecnologia de fabrico aditivo, camada a camada.
A possibilidade de produzir peças com qualquer tipo de geometria, rigor dimensional, resistência mecânica e acabamento superficial, torna ideal essa tecnologia para a produção de postiços refrigerados, conformal cooling). Permitindo refrigerar áreas inacessíveis / difíceis para os processos convencionais, possibilita reduzir tempos de refrigeração, melhorar empenos e a qualidade final da peça.
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Let’s talk about Stereolithography (SLA). The SLA line was developed for printers that use laser stereolithography (SLA) technology, a method that uses light to solidify a photopolymerizable resin. The resin is stored in the vessel, leading to polymerization of the material by printing the layer to layer to form the desired pattern. Do you want to know more about SLA? Our specialists in Industrial Design are looking forward to understanding your needs. Contact us via Private message. The first consultation is free of charge.
New Trends in 3D Printing: Researchers at ETH have now developed a new 3D printing technique by which micrometre-sized objects made of several metals can be produced with high spatial resolution. We invite you to check the full article on the the link below and to talk to our Industrial Design specialists. Just send us a private message.
More infos: https://www.ethz.ch/en/news-and-events/eth-news/news/2019/04/3D-printing-of-metallic-micro-objects.html
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Have you heard of DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering)?
DMLS or Direct Laser Sintering of Metal is a process that enables the creation of products with a high degree of precision and has excellent mechanical properties through the sintering of powdered metal.
Excellent resolution / precision in the production of objects
Ability to produce objects through existing objects
Ability to stop and restart the 3D printing process
Ability to switch between two print processes
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Today, Brazil is among the top ten iF Product Design Award winners, one of the largest European awards in the business. iF Product Design is committed to evaluating design quality, finishing, selection of materials, degree of innovation, environmental suitability, functionality, ergonomics, perceived use, safety, brand value, and overall design. Check more information on the infographic below.
Source: Diagnóstico do design brasileiro / Ministério do Desenvolvimento Indústria e Comercio Exterior, Secretaria do Desenvolvimento da Produção. – Brasília : MDIC, 2014.