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RAPID PROTOTYPING MACHINES

Imagine what you could design, create and perfect with some of the most capable rapid prototyping machines available on the market today.

 

   

 

 

Rapid Prototyping Equipment 

 

​Proto3000 provides rapid prototyping equipment to those companies and individuals looking to bring the technology in-house. With so many solutions available in the market today, we have sent our experts scouring the globe finding the one that meets every need. After all this research has been conducted, our product offering of choice is Objet 3D Printers. With our diverse product line, and machine versatility, they are the unrivaled rapid prototyping solutions to meet todays product design and engineering needs. These 3D Printers boast multi-material capabilities, can produce functional parts, have the greatest material diversity (including high temperature and digital materials), and are office and eco-friendly. With various product lines, you can have a 3D printer with a small footprint, and one at an affordable price point. 3D Printing and rapid prototyping just doesn't get any better. Click on one of these 3D printing systems to learn more. 

 

   

  Desktop Family

  • This family of 3D printers are designed to provide accessibility to 3D Printing right when it is needed
  • Eliminate the need to outsource work The Objet Desktop line brings advanced 3D printing within the reach of designers, engineers, and consultants without having to leave the office. Increase productivity in not just product development, but the act of rapid prototyping itself, that’s double the efficiency!
  • Small parts
 

 Eden Family

  • Eden 3-Dimensional Printing Systems offer unprecedented return on investment (ROI) for professional rapid prototyping applications
  • Eden systems produce models with exceptionally fine details (ultra-thin 16µ layers) and smooth surfaces
  • Compact design and the clean process of all Eden systems makes them ideal for any office or workspace
  • Medium sized tray

 

 

Connex Family

  • Offers the completely unique ability to print parts and assemblies made of multiple model materials, with different mechanical or physical properties, all in a single build
  • The Connex family of multi-material 3D printers can also fabricate Digital Materials™ on-the-go, enabling users to create composite materials that have preset combinations of mechanical properties
  • Our largest (in terms of build tray size) and most capable family of 3D Printers
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Looking for Different Rapid Prototyping Equipment?

We still offer various other rapid prototyping equipment processes through our services. We understand one shoe doesn't fit all, and one form of rapid prototyping may not either. Take advantage of our rapid prototyping services. 

 

   

Stereolithography Equipment (SLA)

At Proto3000 we use 3D Systems SLA equipment to economically produce 3D models and prototypes with the highest degrees of accuracy. With a larger footprint then most of the other Rapid Prototyping machines on the market today. Take advantage of Proto3000's SLA prototyping services. 


How Does it Work?

Slimilar to polyjet matrix printing, stereolithography is an additive manufacturing process that using the combination of resin and a UV laser to build prototypes one layer at a time. The CAD model provides the data for the laser to trace each cross section on the surface of the liquid resin. The ultra violet laser then heats the resin to a solidifying state, fusing it with the layer beneath. After a layer has been completed, the build tray platform descends so a new layer of resin can be applied. After the build has been completed, the part is then immersed in a chemical bath to remove any excess resin. The final step in the stereolithography process is for the part to be cured in a UV oven. 

 

 

 

 

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Our Laser Sintering Machines, another type of rapid prototyping process, allows for us to produce large durable parts with ease. These rapid manufacturing systems can produce end-use parts. 

 

How Does it Work?

This additive manufacturing technique incorporates the use of a high powered laser. The laser fuses small particles of plastic, metal, ceramic or glass powders into a 3-dimensional mass. Selective laser sintering machines use a CAD file to generate the properties of the object, then selectively fuse the powdered material by scanning cross-sections generated by the CAD data. After each section is scanned the bed of the machine is lowered to apply the next layer. This method of additive manufacturing allows for a wide range of materials as well. Polymers such as nylon, polystrene, steel, titanium, and alloy mixtures can all be used to create the prototype. 

 

 

Fused Deposition Modeling

FDM is another 3D Printing technology that produces similar results to our Objet 3D Printers. If you were looking to purchase a Stratasys FDM 3D Printer. If you require assistance, Proto3000 has you covered. 

 

How Does it Work?

This additive manufacturing technology, like most others, begins with an STL file from a CAD software. This rapid prototyping machine dispenses two materials, one for support, and the other for the model. Thermoplastics are heated to a liquid state and deposited based on the path defined by the CAD file. The model is built from its base upwards with each layer of material being added onto the next. This form of rapid prototyping also allows for different materials to be used, although they cannot be combined. 

 

   

 

 

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