3D printing

The so called 3D printing allows for three dimensional and direct reproduction of digitally designed objects.

At 3d-nano we utilise the FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology, where the printed model is created by gradual layering of melted material thus forming its 3-dimensional shape. Contrary to machining, 3D printing technology approach means the creation of the actual object, rather than just carving its shape out by a selective material-removal process. We use professional printers capable of achieving 5 micrometer positioning precision and object dimension range of 305 x 205 x 210 mm. 3D printing is an ideal solution for rapid prototyping, however we also utilise its features for a short-run fabrication and regular use items.

3D printing recommendations:

  • design verification
  • functionality evaluation
  • fit and alignment check
  • when no other manufacturing method is available
  • product presentation and concept modelling
  • damaged elements reconstruction 



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logo Effective protection against moisture, filament stored in a exsiccator is always ready to print without drying

logo Airtight doors to protect against dirt and dust, sponge feedthroughs purifying filament feed into the printer

logo Control humidity and temperature in the exsiccator through a built-in thermo-hygrometer

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check-1-icon  construction of anodized aluminum

check-1-icon  doors with smoked acrylic interior giving views

check-1-icon  bearing rollers for easy give filament from the reel

check-1-icon  the maximum diameter of the reels Φ250 mm

check-1-icon  built thermo-hygrometer

check-1-icon  dimensions (w. x h. x l.) 440 x 340 x 340 mm

check-1-icon  available versions for 3, 5 or 7 reels

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