Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Polyjet
Vaupell has a wide variety of capabilities in the 3D printing arena to meet any and all of our customer’s rapid prototyping needs. Our broad range of capabilities allow us to create prototypes with fast turnaround regardless of size, complexity of design, material/resin used, flexibility, or quantity, all without compromising on quality an going over budget.
Our Stereolithography system allows us to provide complex models and patterns to our customers in record time. And it’s because of this high level of accuracy, that SLA is ideal for manufacturing concept models, form and fit studies, precision patterns, high quality appearance models, etc.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Able to produce a part in 2 to 4 days, Selective Laser Sintering can produce extremely fine detailed parts in large orders, regardless of size, with quick turnover and efficient cost. It is an ideal rapid prototyping process for producing light weight and highly functional parts.
Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)
Parts produced by the Direct Metal Laser Sintering process will have the complex design capabilities, through the layer additive manufacturing, while having the mechanical properties and appearance of metal materials. Capable process for producing strong and durable parts with a high level of detail: quickly, accurately, and quickly.
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Fused Deposition Modeling uses production grade thermoplastic materials to produce parts that are both functional and durable. Able to produce strong and light weight parts that are flame, smoke and toxicity certified to UL-94V0 and FAA 25.853 standards. This is a process very capable of producing both prototype and end use parts.
Polyjet modeling is an ultra-thin-layer, high-resolution 3D printing solution for rapid prototyping that picks up where other processes leave off. Producing highly detailed parts in both hard and soft durometers, polyjet materials can mimic rigid plastics, TPE, rubber and even overmolding, allowing you to specify multiple durometers in a single part.