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Additive manufacturing is redefining how parts and products are imagined, designed, and produced. With unlimited design potential, you can create parts that are stronger and lighter with improved performance and unique functionality. Gone are the days of one size fits all; with additive, you can now take a customized and low-volume approach to your product development and manufacturing. Work with our team of additive experts to dream the impossible and make the unmakeable with world class technology.



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PolyJet 3D Printing

Polyjet is an additive manufacturing process that jets layer of liquid photopolymer resin to print models that have complex geometries, fine details and smooth surfaces. Combine multiple colours and materials that range from rigid to flexible in a single print, giving you an endless palette of material and colour possibilities.

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Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

Fused Deposition Modeling is an extrusion based 3D printing technology that uses production-grade thermoplastics to print durable parts with outstanding thermal and chemical resistance, and strength to weight ratios. Perfect for creating functional prototypes and end-use parts.

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HP Multi Jet Fusion

Multi Jet Fusion is a 3D printing technology that allows for more possibilities when it comes to complex, lower-cost parts. Ideal for both production of single parts or large prints consisting of multiple different parts. Multi Jet Fusion is an excellent technology for applications like thin walls, brackets, housings, clips, and guides. Industries can benefit from Multi Jet Fusion higher volume capabilities through limited run, pre-production and spare parts.

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Stratasys SAF™Selective Absorption Fusion

Selective Absorption Fusion (SAF™) is a high-speed sintering or polymer binder jetting additive manufacturing process from Stratasys. It is designed for production-level throughput and fuses particles of polymer powder together in discreet layers to create accurate, repeatable, and durable end-use parts.


Bound Metal Deposition (BMD)

Bound Metal Deposition is a metal additive manufacturing process by Desktop Metal created for their Studio System that heats and extrudes bound metal rods to shape the metal part layer by layer. This technology requires no hazardous powders, no lasers and no cutting tools to ensure an accurate, fast, and safe print.


Single Pass Jetting (SPJ) or Metal Binder Jetting

Single Pass Jetting is a revolutionary metal additive manufacturing process made for Desktop Metal’s Production System that is x100 faster than laser-based 3D printing systems. This technology builds metal parts in a matter of minutes instead of hours.


Stereolithography (SLA)

Stereolithography is a 3D printing technology process that uses a UV laser to precisely cure resin and produce fantastic prototypes for visual aids and displays. Models are quickly printed with smooth surfaces and fine detail.


Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Selective Laser Sintering, also known as Laser Sintering (LS), is an additive manufacturing process that uses a high-powered laser to fuse sintered thermoplastic powders and create parts that are geometrically complex yet strong and durable. With strong repeatability and accuracy, you can produce parts that are lightweight, durable, and environmentally-resistant to suit a variety of applications.



Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

Direct Metal Laser Sintering is a metal additive manufacturing technology that uses a high-powered laser to melt layers of fine metal powders together and build real metal parts without conventional manufacturing limitations. With this technology you can produce highly accurate metal prototypes and end-use parts to meet the needs of any industry.


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Proto3000_DLP icon Digital Light Processing

Digital Light Processing or DLP is a 3D printing technology that uses a high-resolution projector light source to cure photosensitive liquid resin layer by layer to form a part. 


  • High accuracy and feature detail
  • High-throughput
  • Injection molding quality surface finish (geometry dependent)
  • Materials with strong mechanical properties

Material Groups Available

  • Rigid Polymers
  • Heat Resistant Polymers
  • Elastomers
  • Foams
  • Castable
  • Bio-Compatible


Common Applications

  • Rapid prototyping
  • Low-mid volume production
  • Foam replacement with elastomers
  • Clips, connectors, caps, and fasteners
  • Templates for low-run injection molding
  • Parts that require material properties similar to injection molding or Urethane casting