The most relevant choice of technology to use for a project depends on the technical and financial constraints. We will guide you in selecting the process. Nevertheless, below are some examples according to different criteria:
Quantity is an important criterion in the choice of technology. Below is a summary applicable to the majority of the cases.
|Quantity||Stereolithography||CNC Machining||Vacuum casting||Injection Plastic|
> 200 parts
Our materials meet the standards and technical specifications listed below.
|Norms||Stereolithography||CNC Machining||Vacuum Casting||Injection Plastic|
|Food Grade||–||–||8150 Heicast|
|Flame resistance||–||UL94-V0 : ABS, PC||8260 Heicast|
|High-temperatures resistance||–|| PPS : 240°C|
PEEK : 260°C
To get as close as possible to reality, we are able to simulate several types of application in the plastics industry.
|Applications||Stereolithography||CNC Machining||Vacuum casting||Plastic injection|
|Stereolithography||CNC Machining||Vacuum casting||Plastic injection|
|The production times are indicative.|
2 to 6 days
2 to 6 days
6 to 15 days
4 to 6 weeks
As not all finishes are applicable to every production process, below are two summary tables for clarification.
|High-polishing||Glossy Finishing||Mirror Polishing||Paint||Mass dyed color||Varnish||Transfer Printing|
|Engraved marking||Embossed marking||Chrome plating|
|High-polishing||Paint||Transfer printing (logo)||Ionization||Brushing||Engraved Marking||Embossed Marking||Chrome plating|