3D-Drucker nach Branche
The proven benefits in cost reduction, design freedom and optimised work processes that additive manufacturing offers are being leveraged in a wide range of industries and 3D printing is fast becoming standard in sectors as diverse as aerospace and dentistry.
Find our 3D printer recommendations for your industry here or contact an iMakr advisor to find out we can help you to cut costs, streamline your workflow and maximise your return on investment.
The D4K Pro Jewellery is a high resolution, professional-grade desktop ideal for jewellery workshops of any size. The EnvisionTEC resins, WIC100G and Q-View, as well as many other castable resins, make a perfect match for this printer to guarantee a great finish.
The Envision One cDLM HT (High Temperature) by EnvisionTEC is an upgraded version of the innovative and popular Envision One range, featuring a high accuracy infrared heating system for the resin in the material tray and a heated platform, this addition to the range is capable of printing the new generation of advanced additive manufacturing resins.
Zortrax Endureal industrial 3D Printer features advance thermal management for high performance polymers. The filament temperature is tightly controlled throughout the printing process in order to achieve the best precision and optimum mechanical material properties.
Sinterit New Industrial Laser Sintering 480 is a SLS machine specially designed for industrial applications. Take advantage of the flexibility of SLS technology and the freedom to build complex parts requiring no support structure, reinvent your designs to take full advantage of topology optimisation to save on material usage while still keeping the parts mechanical properties. The comprehensive powder range available from Sinterit and industrial build volume of the NILS allows you to innovate and push additive manufacturing boundaries.
Reduce the cost and weight of jigs, fixtures and end-use parts, while maintaining mechanical properties, with the Composer A3 from Anisoprint.
Unique Composite Fibre Coextrusion (CFC) technology allows the printing of continuous carbon fibre directly into a 3D printed part, significantly increasing part strength when compared with printing polymers alone.