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3d Printing Technology

Not Sure Which Technology to Use?

If you are unsure which rapid prototyping process is best suited for your project, pick up the phone and give us a call at 9900003300, or send a quick email to support@3digiprints.com. Our team of professionals are very well versed in the strengths and weaknesses of each rapid prototyping process, and will help you make the best choice based on your unique situation and budget constraints.

Stereolithography (SLA)

Stereolithography (SLA) models offer the most accurate type of fit/form prototype for the verification of any design before committing to your chosen production route. Its high accuracy and good surface finish makes it the preferred choice for designer models, engineering verification and master patterns for silicone rubber molds.


  • Smooth surface finish
  • High precision
  • Short lead times
  • Wide variety of material and post processing options

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

  • Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology is a powerful additive manufacturing method. 3D printers that run on FDM Technology build parts layer-by-layer from the bottom up by heating and extruding thermoplastic filament.
  • Benefits:

  • The technology is clean, simple-to-use and office-friendly
  • Supported engineering-grade thermoplastics are mechanically and environmentally stable
  • Complex geometries and cavities that would otherwise be problematic become practical with FDM technology

ColorJet Printing (CJP)

  • ColorJet Printing (CJP) is an additive manufacturing technology which involves two major components – core and binder.  The Core™ material is spread in thin layers over the build platform with a roller.  After each layer is spread, color binder is selectively jetted from inkjet print heads over the core layer, which causes the core to solidify. The build platform lowers with every subsequent layer which is spread and printed, resulting in a full-color three-dimensional model.
  • Benefits:

  • Wide range of colors
  • Quick production time
  • Parts can be hard or wax coated for smooth finish

MultiJet Printing (MJM)

  • MultiJet Printing (MJP) is a new Rapid Prototyping process that provides a quick turnaround for smooth, high-resolution, hard plastic parts with complex geometries. The process consists only of UV bulbs and photopolymer materials.
  • Anatomy of the MultiJet Printing Process
  • MultiJet Printing is an additive manufacturing process that prints thin layers of UV curable liquid plastics and wax support materials to create high resolution fully cured plastic parts.
  • Benefits:

  • Smooth surface finish.
  • High resolution.
  • Short lead times.
  •   Parts can be painted, machined, drilled or chrome plated.


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