Our wax material properties advance the state-of-the-art in computer-controlled fabrication of master pattenrs, by providing the highest standards in surface finish, accuracy and material castability.
The wax material is used for jewels and metal parts. It is the most durable material ever and over 50% stronger than previous generations. This increased durability enables designers to incorporate even more intricate details with thinner walls into their work to produce lighter weight finished products that can meet their pricing strategy. Designers can also create high-precision wax patterns to be cast in metal, to be used for mold making (RTV) or even to be pressed in ceramics for dental restorations. The wax material is formulated for clean burnout to produce 100% casting results.
Aerospace is a fast paced competitive industry, where the trend is toward lean manufacturing of lighter weight parts. There is intense pressure to reduce time to market, as well as minimize tooling design and manufacturing costs. Engineers can produce several iterations of specific parts and evaluate different design alternatives with applications ranging from “proof of concept”, to reverse engineering and finally rapid manufacturing, getting to metal alloy parts faster and eventually onto test stands.
By creating more complex forms, the need for many individual parts which must be assembled later can be combined to form one single piece. The complex parts are created on our 3D printers and directly cast into metal, eliminating tooling costs, reducing assembly time and production costs. And because one part can replace many interlocking parts, the final assembly is more reliable.
CAD/CAM manufacturing is the new standard for jewelry manufacturing: Quality, Consistency, Efficiency, Productivity are all provided with our jewelry solution.
The combination of high-precision printing and castable materials also empowers jewelry manufacturers and custom retailers to meet the growing demand for custom work. Intricate detail, stunning symmetry and precision, never possible with hand carving, are all achievable with our 3D printers.
Automotive designers and engineers are endeavoring to reduce the overall design cycle time by using 3D printers in their offices as they plan and design future vehicles. In principle they are attempting to improve upon “time-to-market” in an ever changing market. Printers are used to analyze form, fit and function prior to full scale production while Rapid Prototyping enables them to reduce costly modifications to production tooling.
With so many cars on the road, even the original manufacturers cannot maintain proper inventory of all the parts required to repair them all.
Especially with antique cars finding new parts becomes increasingly difficult with every passing year. Through reverse engineering, engineers can improve the process time, accuracy and overall aftermarket product design.
With our 3D wax printers, a replacement part can be built in a matter of days. With precision unmatched by any other technology in the industry, the replacement part will not only look original, it will fit like the original one did, too.
All at a price that is affordable for big and small antique restorers alike.
Digital dentistry is the new reality for replacing wax-ups by hand. In the face of off-shore competition, the only way to maintain consistent quality and offer competitive services at lower costs is to embrace an open digital dentistry workflow resulting in reduced delivery times while maintaining total control of the process.
At the core of today's digital dentistry workflow are 3D scanners, CAD design software and integrated 3D wax printers. Once the case from the dentist is received we can scan it, sculpt it and easily print it on 3D wax printers.
Thanks to the combination of high precision margins and 100% castability with no material shrinkage, the crowns, copings or bridges produced by 3D wax printer can then be directly invested, pressed or cast.
Sporting goods product designers are continually looking to improve and augment their productivity in the fast paced, competitive retail industry they support.
There is a dramatic need to improve turn-around times on various design iterations, while preserving beauty similarity to actual end products. Often times the engineers and designers are creating concept models for focus groups, presentation models for end customers or fit and form testing models for advanced function testing.
Creating a precision firing mechanism or spinning reel requires creating precision parts. With the industry’s highest resolution and best accuracy, we create perfect parts each time.
Whether recreating a historic piece that matches the original to the smallest detail or creating a completely new precision firearm, our high precision 3D printer can produce all the parts with perfect accuracy every time.