3D printers are easy to use.
The materials used are non-toxic, completely safe, and do not require specialized operating envir onments such as a lab or a shop. Users can operate 3D printers right in an office rather than in a designated space with specialized
requirements. Because of intuitive
software interface and simple set-up procedures.
3D printers reliable technology allows to run unattended during
the printing process, reducing user interaction to the simple setup and part removal steps, which
generally take less than one hour.
3D printers have become uniquely vers
atile because of the innate flexibility of their
delivery mechanism. The process of bonding loose po
wder to solidify into parts is compatible
with many types of materials. While the 3D
printer remains exactly the same, users can change
the build material to produce parts with a wide
range of material properties to meet various
application requirements. It offers five ma
trials and continues to develop other materials
to provide performance enhancements for additional
applications. Users can select the best
material to support the needs of a specific application.
High-Performance Composite Material
high-definition parts and is the material of choice for
printing color parts. The most widely used Z Corp.
material, high-performance composite material
enables color HD3DP on the 600-dpi platform 3D
printer. Fine resolution on small features and excellent
strength make this material suitable for applications
ranging from concept modeling to sand-casting
patterns. It consists of a heavily engineered plaster
material with numerous additives that maximize
surface finish, feature reso
lution, and part strength.
This material is ideal for:
Direct Casting Metal Material
- High-strength requirements
- Delicate or thin-walled parts
- Color printing
- Accurate representation of design
creates sand-casting molds for
non-ferrous metals. This material is a blend of foundry sand,
plaster, and other additives that when combined produce
strong molds with good surface finishes. Direct casting metal
material can withstand the heat required to cast non-ferrous