Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing allows greater geometric freedom when compared to traditional manufacturing processes and offers the ability to reduce part numbers and reduce part weight without compromising mechanical properties.

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EnvisionTEC - Xtreme 8K DLP

The Xtreme 8K DLP by EnvisionTEC is considered as one of the largest sized production-grade DLP 3D printers in the world. Because of its exceptional size, this 3D printer is able to print high quality and precise extensive prints at a rapid speed.

Anisoprint ProM IS 500

This industrial 3D printer by Anisoprint makes 3D manufacturing easier, faster, stronger and cheaper using high strength components, capable of printing high-performance polymers with Anisoprint\'s composite fibre co-extrusion technology. 

Sinterit NILS 480

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.

HBD-500 Metal 3D Printer

The HBD-500 is a large format Selective Laser Melting machine (SLM). It comes as a complete solution with many supporting accessories, giving you everything you will need to produce high quality end use metal parts. Contact iMakr to find out how we can tailor your HBD-500 for you.

3ntr Spectral 30

The 3ntr Spectral 30 is a powerful industrial-grade 3D printer ideal for the most complex projects and markets, designed to tackle extreme challenges in next-gen manufacturing.

Nexa3D NXE 400

Nexa3D NXE 400 is the fastest industrial 3D printer on the market. Featuring an impressive build volume of 275mm x 155mm x 400mm and capable of printing up to 1Z cm per minute. Nexa3D\'s patented, innovative Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology, part uniformity and accuracy is guaranteed. Unlike DLP technology where edge to edge performance can be compromised due to optical distortion, LSPc delivers uniform, distortion free image to all of the build plate, this ensures part uniformity and accuracy. 

Rapidshape I100+

The I100+ by Rapidshape is a high-performance, fully automated DLP 3D printer designed for production. featuring an open system for flexible material compatibility, an automatic resin tank refill system for continuous production, as well as featuring high safety standards for a healthy printing environment. 

Rapidshape I50+

The I50+ by Rapidshape is a high-performance DLP 3D printer, featuring an open system for flexible material compatibility, an optional automatic separation module (ASM) for easy part removal, high temperature heating preparation, with high safety standards for a healthy printing environment

Delta WASP 3MT Industrial 4.0

£21,916.67

The Delta Wasp 3MT has been upgraded to make 3D printing huge models even easier than ever. The Industrial 4.0 line adds new features, such as a touchscreen interface, monitoring camera and a newly designed and improved pellet extrusion system. The Delta Wasp 3MT Industrial 4.0 is available to order with either the pellet extruder or Spitfire filament extruder installed.

Apium | P220

The Apium P220 is a forerunner 3D printer and sets a new standard in high performance polymer additive manufacturing. Print in technical polymers like PEEK, PEI and more. Choose from a compact or medium size and with standard or advanced features to fit your operation needs.

Anisoprint Composer A3

£22,916.67

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.