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Down below there should be (as of now) 4 processes.

  • 3D printing: Includes FDM (Includes ultimaker/ender/prusa)/SLA/SLS
  • Precision cutting: Includes Watercutting(Includes wazer)/Lasercutting(Includes Trotect/Epilog)
  • 2D printing: Includes TrueVis/Roland [Sub heading might not be needed]
  • Textile: Includes Embroidery/Heatpress [Sub heading might not be needed]
3D printing Laser cutting Print&Cut UV Printing
laser cutter Print&Cut
We have various different types of 3D printers, all with their own advantages and disadvantages. This way you can explore all of the many possibilities in the 3D printing worldㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ Our Trotec and Epilog laser cutters are used for cutting and engraving various materials. The laser is easy to operate yourself and offers many possibilities for material processing This large format print and cut machine offers many possibilities. For example, you can cut stickers, signs, posters and banners, window lettering, heat transfer vinyl and vehicle wraps Our Roland VersaUV flatbed printer uses vibrant ECO-UV inks to print directly onto acrylics, wood, metal, ceramic, fabrics and many more items.
3D Scanning CNC Milling PCB Milling Waterjet cutting
Forget sketching – 3D scanning is like taking a shortcut in design; it swiftly snags all the details of a real-world object, saving you the time and hassle of hand-drawing complex 3D models. Using our CNC mills your wildest creations can form by cutting it out of all sorts of materials, come try it out! With the PCB milling process, a circuit board can be created within minutes. This technique involves removing copper material along the desired pathway, creating precise connections for the circuit. Our Wazer waterjet cutter is used to cut through various materials, such as metals, glass and composites.

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