3D printing

We are specialists in additive manufacturing design.

We offer a 3D printing service integrated with our process, which will save you time and money. Standard prices are available online. For specific requests, don’t hesitate to contact us.

We can offer you a volume discount if you are interested in small series productions. If the parts and their implementation are properly designed, the post-treatments are minimized and the unit price can become interesting for small and medium series.

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Frequently asked questions

We have collected the most common questions

Frequently asked questions

We have collected the most common questions

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Sinterit – Lisa PRO

Economic

Precision

Aesthetic

Resistance

Complex geometry

Choice of materials

Print volume

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Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

Ultimaker – S5

Economic

Precision

Aesthetic

Resistance

Complex geometry

Choice of materials

Print volume

Learn more

Stereolithography (SLA)

Formlabs – Form 2

Economic

Precision

Aesthetic

Resistance

Complex geometry

Choice of materials

Print volume

Learn more

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

This process fuses layers of thermoplastic powder using a laser. The post-treatment consists of cleaning the parts by sandblast.

  • Materials : Discover the materials available here.
  • Advantages :
    • Excellent QPR (Quality-Price-Ratio)
    • Can make very complex part with good precision.
    • Good uniform mechanical property.
    • Less finishing than other process.
    • Design without support (self-supporting process).
  • Disadvantages :
    • Batch process requiring dense prints (nesting) in order to be economical.
    • Risk of wraping
    • Long setup time and print preparation.
    • Few choices of materials.
  • Applications :
    • General application
    • Prototyping or production parts in small series.
    • Simulation of injected part.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

This process fuses layers of thermoplastic powder using a laser. The post-treatment consists of cleaning the parts by sandblast.

  • Materials : Discover the materials available here.
  • Advantages :
    • Excellent QPR (Quality-Price-Ratio)
    • Can make very complex part with good precision.
    • Good uniform mechanical property.
    • Less finishing than other process.
    • Design without support (self-supporting process).
  • Disadvantages :
    • Batch process requiring dense prints (nesting) in order to be economical.
    • Risk of wraping
    • Long setup time and print preparation.
    • Few choices of materials.
  • Applications :
    • General application
    • Prototyping or production parts in small series.
    • Simulation of injected part.

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

This process deposits layers of extruded thermoplastic. Post-processing involves removing the support material.

  • Materials : Discover the materials available here.
  • Advantages :
    • Economical, proven effective and simple.
    • Wide choice of materials.
    • Possibility to hollow out parts automatically.
    • Possibility to design parts without any required finishing.
    • Ability to make bi-color prints
  • Disadvantages :
    • Not very accurate and requires thick walls.
    • Striated surface finish.
    • Non-uniform mechanical properties depending on the direction.
    • Commonly requires supports.
    • Complex geometries are expensive and difficult to achieve.
  • Applications :
    • Prototyping or small series production.
    • Low price functional validation
    • Large tools and parts.
    • Extruded profile prototype

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

This process deposits layers of extruded thermoplastic. Post-processing involves removing the support material.

  • Materials : Discover the materials available here.
  • Advantages :
    • Economical, proven effective and simple.
    • Wide choice of materials.
    • Possibility to hollow out parts automatically.
    • Possibility to design parts without any required finishing.
    • Ability to make bi-color prints
  • Disadvantages :
    • Not very accurate and requires thick walls.
    • Striated surface finish.
    • Non-uniform mechanical properties depending on the direction.
    • Commonly requires supports.
    • Complex geometries are expensive and difficult to achieve.
  • Applications :
    • Prototyping or small series production.
    • Low price functional validation
    • Large tools and parts.
    • Extruded profile prototype

Stereolithography (SLA)

This process polymerizes a resin photopolymer using a laser. The post-treatment consists of cleaning the parts with alcohol, removing the support material and then cleaning the parts with UV.

  • Materials : Discover the materials available here.
  • Advantages :
    • Very precise and impeccable surface finish.
    • High level of detail.
    • Fast printing and installation.
    • Possibility to design parts without any required finishing.
  • Disadvantages :
    • Costly materials.
    • Most materials are brittle.
    • Commonly requires supports.
    • Can not produce media in different hardware.
  • Applications :
    • Scale model, aesthetic validation.
    • Functional validation requiring a good surface finish.
    • Tooling, pattern and molding.

Stereolithography (SLA)

This process polymerizes a resin photopolymer using a laser. The post-treatment consists of cleaning the parts with alcohol, removing the support material and then cleaning the parts with UV.

  • Materials : Discover the materials available here.
  • Advantages :
    • Very precise and impeccable surface finish.
    • High level of detail.
    • Fast printing and installation.
    • Possibility to design parts without any required finishing.
  • Disadvantages :
    • Costly materials.
    • Most materials are brittle.
    • Commonly requires supports.
    • Can not produce media in different hardware.
  • Applications :
    • Scale model, aesthetic validation.
    • Functional validation requiring a good surface finish.
    • Tooling, pattern and molding.

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