ONLINE 3D PRINTING FOR PROTOTYPING
Our Manufacturing Capabilities
Compatible with a broad range of materials and used for proof-of-concept prototyping and visual design verification with maximum build Size 500×500 with a lead time of 1-3 days
SLA is used to make marketing samples, packaging mock-ups, and non-functional conceptual samples and detailed visual prototypes especially of injection molded parts
This process produces accurate, high-quality parts that require minimal post-processing and supports. Compatible for Small batches production of functional plastic parts.
Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) Is an industrial 3D printing process that uses a high-power laser beam to melt and fuse layers of metallic powder together to build fully functional – rapid metal prototypes.
Highly Recommended PLA, ABS, NYLON, PETG, TPU, ASA, PEI, PC, NYON
Get to choose from our distributed network of 3D Printing partners across India.
No of parts manufactured through our network of 3D printing services.
DFMHUB is an ISO 9001: 2015 certified company and our Our manufacturing partners are (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, IATF 16949, ISO 27001)Certified.
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Additive manufacturing Or 3D Printing services manufacturing process in which 3-dimensional objects are built up by depositing and fusing 2-dimensional layers of cured photopolymers, extruded thermoplastics, welded metals, or fused powders and its the best option for functional parts prototyping or for low production process.
3D printing is commonly associated with small desktop printers, technologies like FDM to Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) an industrial 3D printing process that uses a high-power laser beam to melt and fuse layers of metallic powder together to build fully functional – rapid metal prototypes.
3D printed parts are used in multiple industries, and sectors: aerospace, automotive, defense, electronics, hardware startups, industrial automation, machinery, manufacturing, medical devices, oil & gas and robotics
Materials available: PLA, ABS, NYLON, PETG, TPU, ASA, PEI, PC, NYLON
FDM: no additional post-processing required, All surfaces must have a consistent visual appearance. Support structures are removed. All parts are printed with 3 outlines/perimeter shells or a wall thickness of 1.2 mm Top and bottom layers will have a minimum thickness of 0.6 mm (6 layers at 100 um)
SLA : All support materials are removed and support nibs are sand smoothed For clear resins, a polishing oil is applied.
SLS/MJF : All unfused powder are removed via bead blasting (first) and air blasting (second) Air pressure range of 2 – 5 bar or 29 – 72.5 psi, Glass beads with diameter 70-110 microns No additional post-processing Required.
DFM offers complete support in Selecting the optimal 3D printing process for particular parts through our DFM feedback process. as there’s often more than one suitable process but each one will produce subtle variations in cost and output.
Generally, there are three key aspects to consider :
Material properties: strength, hardness, impact strength, etc.
The functional & visual design requirements: smooth surface, strength, heat resistance, etc.
The capabilities of the 3D printing process: accuracy, build size, etc.