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We Use Rapid prototyping method to quickly create a scale model of a part or finished product, using a computer-aided design (CAD) software. Manufacturing of the part is mainly done with 3D printing or additive layer manufacturing technology. In some instances, product prototype is not essential but can add value to a project. By using at least one of the type describe above you will be able to prove that the concept works. Prototyping is adequate to demonstrate the basic fundamentals of the idea and that the theoretical design translates into a working model.

SLA is an additive fabrication process that builds parts in a pool of UV-curable photopolymer resin using a computer controlled laser. The laser is used to trace out and cure a cross-section of the part design on the surface of the liquid resin. The solidified layer is then lowered just below the surface of the liquid resin and the process is repeated. Each newly cured layer adheres to the layer below it. This process continues until the part is completed. SLA was the first rapid prototyping technology.
Selective Laser Sintering
The SLS process uses a laser to build parts by sintering (fusing) powdered material layer by layer from the bottom up. SLS parts can be accurate and more durable than SLA parts, but the finish is relatively poor with a grainy or sandy feel. There is reduced strength between the fused particles, so the parts will tend to be weaker than machined or molded parts made from the same resin. In addition, there are very few resins available in the powdered form that is required for SLS.
Fused Deposition Modeling
The FDM process builds parts from the bottom up through the use of a computer controlled print head. The feedstock for the process is a filament of extruded resin, which the machine selectively re-melts and deposits on the prior layer for each cross section of the desired part. The FDM process produces parts in ABS or PC, so they tend to be stronger than parts from other additive processes. However, the parts are sometimes porous and have a pronounced stair-stepping or rippling texture on the outside finish, especially at layer junctions. It may also be difficult to achieve tight tolerances with the process.
Three Dimensional Printing
3DP uses an inkjet head and a water fusible material similar to Plaster of Paris. The machine lays down a thin layer of plaster powder; the inkjet head passes over and sprays tiny drops of water wherever solidification is desired. While the parts are weak and rough, it is easy to incorporate colors into the finished object. This method is not recommended for functional testing because of the inherent weakness.

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We have an excellent past record of innovative accomplishments.

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