Protostudios maintains a broad range of 3D printing capabilities. We offer 3D printing services on all of our in-house printers. Whether you require high-strength, final-use carbon fiber components, micron-scale gears and assemblies, or full-color multilateral demonstration models, we have the machines and expertise to provide the best low-volume 3D printed components.
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SLA printing is an additive manufacturing process that uses an ultraviolet light source on a vat of photosensitive resin. This process produces very accurate and high resolution parts.
SLA is often used for micro-scale components, jewelry and metal casting.
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
FDM is the most well known form of 3D printing. It works by melting a plastic roll of filament and extruding the material onto a substrate one layer at a time. This produces strong and versatile parts.
There are hundreds of printable filaments with a myriad of properties. Impact resistant ABS, UV resistant ASA and extremely strong carbon fiber are a few materials available.
Thousands of colors and dozens of textures in a single print: This is the state-of-the-art in 3D printing technology. From a fully functional mechanical prototype to an incredibly accurate model of the human heart, this printer can provide you with a demonstrable prototype complete with colors, rubber and transparent materials and variable textures.