What is Additive Manufacturing?

Additive manufacturing (3D printing) means the production of a certain material, such as plastic or liquid resin, by adding them one on top of the other. You can make these layer-by-layer additions with very thin layers thanks to the developing technology so that the insertion points of thin layers are not visible. Let’s not go without saying that 3D printers are also classified in different ways. The most important factor that creates this difference is the technologies developed specifically for the materials used. The most common of these technologies are known by their short names FDM, SLA, DLP or SLS.
Why U.S?

Contrary to the general custom, our prototyping services save time and resources by reviewing your project and delivering it to the most appropriate cost with the most appropriate method.

Our Additive Manufacturing Capabilities

  • FDM
  • SLA
  • DLP
  • SLS

Our Material Options

  • Stainless Steel 304, 316, 17-4 PH, 15-5 PH and Austenite Steel CF3M (SS316)
  • S7 Free Cutting Steel Aluminum A356 and A357
  • PLA
  • ABS
  • Flexi
  • Air Melt Inconel 625
  • Carbon


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