3D Printing Materials:
We use the Stratasys Fortus 400mc. Our build chamber is 16″ x 14″ x 16″.
We print in a variety of thermoplastics, including:
- Ultem 9085
Read the Staub FDM spec sheet for material characteristics.
FDM technology is best used to create parts that must stand up to stresses, either physical or chemical.
More materials available upon request. It can’t hurt to ask!
We have the all new Connex3 from Stratasys. Our Polyjet technology allows us to create an almost limitless variety of 3D printing material characteristics, in a build chamber of 19.3″ x 15.4″ x 7.9″.
We can print in a wide range of material characteristics, including:
- Digital materials
- Digital ABS
- Rigid Opaque
Read the Staub PolyJet spec sheet for specifics.
We can grow parts in a wide range of shore values, and can even simulate over-molding by printing rubber-like material over Digital ABS.
The Connex3 prints in full color. Use this Stratasys tool to see an interactive color palette.
We can combine clear flexible material with any of our rigid color materials. We now offer a whole new spectrum of shore values and color options. See the complete PolyJet materials specifications list. Many material details are spelled out by Stratasys, but we always recommend giving us a call @ 716.649.4211 or sending an email so that we can help you choose the right material for your application.
Our latest 3D Printer is a desktop SLA unit called the Form1+ from Formlabs. We can print in black, gray, white, and clear. The build volume is 4.9″ x 4.9″ x 6.5″, and we can achieve a feature size of .012″.