3D printing is a process whereby 3D computer models (CAD) are transformed into actual physical objects over the course of a few hours, depending on the size of the model

Three-dimensional printing is used not only in the creation of prototypes, but also in the industrial manufacturing of objects with application in architecture, civil engineering, the automotive industry, aerospace manufacturing, biotechnologies, fashion, etc.
The printed models may take virtually any shape.

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Engineering

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Education

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Medicine

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Orthopedics

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Dental

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Jewelry

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Architecture

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Food

One of the best advantages of 3D printing is its production and prototyping speed. The creation of the 3D model is made upon request and the model may be ready in a couple of days. The technology allows for prompt identification of any errors made during the development stage and for assessment of the suitability of the design for the intended purpose. This makes possible the provision of faster feedback to the customers, which ultimately helps them save time and money. 3D printing has a cost advantage over mould casting and milling in the production of small-scale series of products or single models.

The price is calculated on the basis of the volumes of the used materials and the production times. If your project/prototype is larger than the printing capacity of the 3D printer, it may be printed in separate modules and assembled later.

Additional processing

The 3D printing technologies are sufficiently advanced to create end products which are ready for direct use right after printing, yet some additional processing may be necessary to achieve the exact model you have in mind. We give you the opportunity to take the time and efforts for all we may process. Here are some of the possible finishing processes:

  • Polishing
  • Veneering
  • Chroming

The cost of this service is included in the price based on the shape and complexity of the object – please, contact us for more information.

3Dbgprint offers speedy prototyping including the creation and printing of production parts and objects using the following technologies:

  • FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling): FDM is a technology using polymers to create volumes and details. With this technology you can create prototypes with excellent mechanical properties because the used materials are: ASA, ABS, PLA, PET, Nylon and many others. The materials are printed layer by layer, each layer being 0.08, 0.1, 0.15, 0.20 or 0.25 mm thick. The resulting objects are characterised with excellent precision of the details.
  • DLP (Digital Light Processing): This method allows for layer-by-layer hardening of liquid resin with the help of DPL (Digital Light Processing) light. The resins used are photopolymer acrylic resins which are similar in composition and properties to the thermoplastic materials. The finished volumes are very accurate and have sophisticated details.
  • Polyjet: With the application of the Polyjet technology (acrylic resin) the volumes are ‘printed’ layer by layer and ‘baked’ with UV light. A layer of material is applied and baked, then another layer is applied and baked, and so forth. It uses raw materials of different shapes and textures, and final result products are made of a rubber-like material. Polyjet makes possible the printing of very tiny objects with very intricate details, excellent mechanical properties and strength. Moreover, with Polyjet you can print a large number of details simultaneously, within a very short period of time.
  • LCD – Instead of using a laser or a projector to cure the polymer, we use unmodified LCD screens and our specially formulated Daylight polymer. All other 3D printers that polymerise resin use a combination of both daylight and UV light at considerably higher intensities. We have been able to make this work by developing the world’s most sensitive daylight resins. Utilising mass produced screens designed for use in mobiles, handheld devices enable us to use the highest resolution screens, offering phenomenal value for money, which we can then pass onto our customers. The opportunities are limitless; higher and higher resolution screens becoming available in all formats from mobiles to large format televisions provide the lowest cost imaging systems ever imagined. We call this Daylight Polymer Printing.
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