METAL 3D PRINTING
METAL ADDITIVE MFG
Through the power of P3 software, an intricate interplay of light, temperature, pull forces, and pneumatics is precisely orchestrated to optimize prints, yielding exceptional outcomes. Manufacturers can now attain injection molding part quality and impeccable surface finish with unparalleled accuracy using a diverse and expanding selection of high-performance materials.
Variety of Options
You have options. We want to help pair you up with the system that is right for your business’ demands. We know taking that first step can be intimidating. We’re here to walk you through it.
We have metal 3D printers and software that will set you on an easy path to in-house additive manufacturing. If you have already joined the here and now and are looking to add even more efficiency to your processes, we have something for you too.
What makes P3 Unique?
P3 represents a fusion of meticulously controlled and programmable stages within the printing process, augmenting the capabilities of DLP printing. It serves as a catalyst for the next wave of production applications utilizing photopolymers. By harnessing this formidable amalgamation of production-grade technology and high-performance materials, functional end-use applications in 3D printing are unlocked, delivering commendable throughput and cost efficiency.
How it works:
The P3 process operates through the harmonious interplay of four crucial elements, enabling a remarkable fusion of high throughput, production-grade part quality, and exceptional material capabilities.
Additionally, the P3 process yields commendable “Green Strength” by achieving a high polymerization conversion. This characteristic enables faster print times, the realization of complex geometries, and efficient build nesting.
Light: By leveraging programmable light, an exothermic reaction is triggered, facilitating the formation of layers with exceptional resolution, accuracy, and precise dosage control.
Environmental Stability: Temperature-controlled printing mitigates common issues such as warping and shrinkage, while simultaneously unlocking the potential of advanced materials with desirable properties like flame retardancy.
Pneumatic Separation: A meticulously timed separation procedure significantly reduces pull forces, resulting in a surface finish reminiscent of molded parts. This process facilitates high-throughput printing and the incorporation of intricate details, such as textures or large surface areas like molds.
Motion: The P3 technology ensures precise control over printer movements, guaranteeing a repeatable, swift, and accurate workflow across a wide array of geometries and high-performance materials.