Additive Manufacturing technologies

FDM - Fused Deposition Modeling

Based on the deposition of a thermoplastic molten filament layer by layer, FDM technology allows the production of large, precise, stable parts over time and in a range of materials unmatched by other technologies.


This technique is particularly suitable for the manufacture of parts and tools requiring high-performance plastics or having to withstand severe functional constraints imposed in industry.


Accuracy :

+/- 0,2 mm ou +/- 0,002 mm/mm by retaining the highest value

Build volume :

 - 405 x 355 x 405 mm

 - 914 x 609 x 914 mm

MJF - Multi Jet Fusion

Based on sintered thermoplastic powder, MJF technology is currently the fastest and most economical process on the market. It allows the production of parts in small and medium series in record time, while ensuring quality and repeatability regardless of geometric complexity.


Accuracy :

+/- 0,2 mm ou +/- 0,002 mm/mm by retaining the highest value

Build volume:

 - 380 x 284 x 380 mm

SLA - Stereolithography

This 3D printing technology works on the basis of liquid resins polymerized by a laser beam. It allows the production of prototype parts and very small series of complex parts with fine details. Ideal for validating an idea before continuing in a more complex development or even for generating anatomical models for hospitals as an aid to surgeons.


Accuracy :

+/- 0,2 mm ou +/- 0,002 mm/mm by retaining the highest value

Volume d'impression :

 - 145 x 145 x 175 mm

GDP - Gel Dispensing Printing

Printing technology based on the deposition of Gel (resin) layer by layer, instantly frozen by UV light, allowing the manufacture of very large objects.


Ideal for very large prototypes or parts intended for the marketing and promotional environment.


Accuracy :

+/- 2% sur les dimensions

Build volume :

 - 1450 x 1110 x 1800 mm