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Materials - SLS Glass Filled & Fire Retardant
Due to the nature of the SLS process, a full layer of powder is deposited in the machine to the height of your part(s). If the part(s) required, do not fill that entire layer in the machine, there will be ‘wasted’ or unused powder.
In order to make this process more cost effective for smaller components, contact us and we can see how many of your parts can fit into that same layer. Often for only a small amount of extra cost, you can have as many parts (same or different designs) as you can fit into one layer.
SLA printed parts are still the best quality of all the 3D print processes. SLA produces
parts that need very little finishing and it is very easy to achieve excellent results. When
intricacy and surface finish are imperative, SLA is the right process for your project.
Best surface finish
Reduced lead times
Choice of materials and wide variety of post-processing options
The distinct advantage of SLS is that the part is fully self-supporting. This allows for
extremely complex geometry to be achieved, something that could not have been created in any
No need for structural supports.
Parts can be created out of a selection of nylon materials.
Capable of producing intricate detail and thin walls, 1mm is ideal.
Materials certified for use in aerospace and medical applications.
Fully functional plastic parts.
High tensile strength.
Mechanical properties of Nylon parts.
FDM parts are known for their strong, stable production grade materials. Ogle’s variety of
materials each have different characteristics to choose from. Benefits of FDM include:
Durable production grade thermoplastics
Ideal for fit and form testing
Cost effective for bespoke one offs to small batch runs
Excellent stability for jigs and fixtures
Vacuum Casting is a tried and tested process for producing multiple high-quality models and prototypes for a full scope of applications; including form, fit and function testing.
The vacuum casting process requires a master model (usually an SLA) from which a silicone mould is created. A polyurethane resin is then mixed and poured under a vacuum into the prepared silicone mould to produce a casting.
For certain applications, where size and material requirements are appropriate, the process can also be used for small batch production runs.
Excellent part accuracy and repeatability
Ability to texture and colour the parts
Produces both aesthetic and functional parts
Access to a wide range of resins, which simulate production plastics
Cost effective for multiple copies of a part and small batch production runs
The mould can be used to produce up to 25 castings
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining is a subtractive manufacturing process that produces parts directly from a 3D digital model.
Taking 3D CAD model data, cutter paths are created using the latest CAD/CAM software. The process starts with a block of raw material, which a computer controlled high-speed milling tool, follows the pre-determined cutter path to remove unwanted material to produce the finished part or product.
Wide range of materials and properties
Best accuracy/tolerances achievable
High spindle speeds for highly detailed finished parts
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