3D Printing in Engineering

 

 

The engineering industry has witnessed tremendous impacts by 3D printing. The biggest gains are found in the sub-domains of product visualization and prototyping. The advent of 3D printing has led to substantial changes in the way products are designed.

Tri Propeller 3D Printing Engineering

Tri Propeller

QuraGP simulates standard ABS plastics by combining good temperature resistance with high toughness. QuraGP offers durability, very low shrinkage, chemical and impact resistance, which is ideal for applications requiring functional prototypes and accuracy.

Machine Used Ackuray A135
Material Used QuraGP
Parts per Print 8 parts
Weight per Part 3.8 grams
Material Cost per Part USD 0.67
Printing Time 45 mins

 

Duo Propeller

Produce prints with high construction safety, high mechanical flexural and fracture resistances and fast throughput by short light exposure times. Its low viscosity ensures a reduced loss of material and fast cleaning.

Machine Used Ackuray A135
Material Used
Parts per Print 9 parts
Weight per Part 2.2 grams
Material Cost per Part
Printing Time 30 mins
Tri Propeller 3D Printing Engineering

Ackuretta Products for Engineering