Robust prototypes and thin wall thickness
RICHTIG DRUCK is offering functional models and prototypes made out of high-performance polymers. These prototypes can take almost any shape based on CAD data and delivered via the laser sinter technology (SLS).
This process is particularly suited for 3D prototypes or producing a mini-series. With CAD data being available, your 3D printed prototype is delivered within a very short time frame.
The laser sinter technology allows to produce highly flexible objects as well as objects with very thin wall thickness, thanks to the type of SLS materials, its robustness and clearly the manufacturing process itself.
Realizing complex forms
This high-tech approach is thus not limited to the constraints of conventional production methods. The SLS 3D-printing method thus allows for highly complex geometries including the realisation of undercut elements. In addition a bionic optimization process is applied in order to further improve both weight reduction and aesthetics. Ensuring the right planning, this technology actually allows to produce a multitude of related assembly components in one peace!
Selective powder sintern
Selective laser-sintern constitutes a 3D printing process whereby a functional model is created layer by layer out of high-solid polymer. The powder is applied in a very thin layer on the construction floor of the printer and then selectively melted by the laser at the appropriate positions. Next the printer construction grid platform is slightly lowered and the process of applying the next thin layer of powder is repeated until the entire model is ready.
Finetuning oft he models
When finishing the actual printing process, the models are extracted from the 3D printer and the remaining powder gets removed. The model can then be coloured, polished and finished.