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Weerg's Online 3D Printing Service allows you and your company to order a prototype or runs of functional parts quickly through industry-leading technologies such as MJF, FDM, MSLA. Discover more below or upload your 3d file now for an instant quote.

Variety of materials

Industrial materials for common use or high performance

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Production Capacity

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3D Printing Technologies

MJF Multi Jet Fusion

MJF technology

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Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology is a 3D dust-bed printing system developed by HP. Unlike SLS technology, this technology does not require a laser to sinter the material. A powder bed is deposited inside the print build and heated to a fixed temperature. A melting agent is deposited on these powders where the material will have to melt and a finishing liquid is deposited on the contours of the level to improve the resolution of the parts. Subsequently, the lamps slide over the level distributing the heat, the deposited agent absorbs the heat and helps distribute it evenly. This process is repeated for each level: in addition to guaranteeing the perfect adhesion of the layers, it allows for a fixed production time and a consequent reduction of costs.

Fused Deposition Model

FDM technology

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Fused deposition modelling or FDM creates the components layer by layer by depositing discrete material via a 0.40 mm diameter nozzle. The print head moves in XY and deposits a single layer. Subsequently the printing plane, the Z axis, moves downwards to allow the deposition of the next layer. The printing plate and chamber are both heated and temperature controlled throughout the production process to ensure printing success and process repeatability over time.

Masked Stereolithography

MSLA technology

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Masked Stereolithography (MSLA) is a technology that works only with resins photosensitive to UV rays. The increasing use of this technology has led to the development of new industrial resins in recent years that have made a mark on the sector thanks to their performance and cost-effectiveness. All resins are distinguished by an extremely smooth and homogeneous finish with a high degree of detail equal to 50 µm. Resins have been developed to replace applications that were previously handmade by professionals to recreate the same precise definition: for example, High Temp resin allows you to create highly faithful moulds for goldsmiths and able to resist high casting temperatures.

Materials for 3D Printing

Nylon PA 12

Polyamide 12 - Nylon 12

  • 3D MJF Multi Jet Fusion

Nylon PA 12 (Polyamide 12) guarantees good mechanical properties along all axes as well as resistance to chemical agents and moisture ...

Nylon PA 12 White

Polyamide 12 - Nylon 12 - HP 3D High Reusability PA 12 W

  • 3D MJF Multi Jet Fusion

Nylon PA 12 White (Polyamide 12) guarantees good mechanical properties along all axes as well as resistance to chemical agents and moisture ...

Nylon PA 11

Polyamide 11 - Nylon 11

  • 3D MJF Multi Jet Fusion

Nylon PA 11 (Polyamide 11) guarantees good mechanical properties on all axes as well as resistance to chemical agents and moisture ...

Nylon PA 12 + Carbon Fiber

Nylon 12 CF - PA12CF - Nylon 12 Carbon Fibre

  • 3D FDM Fused deposition modeling

Nylon PA 12 CF is a composite material, made by reinforcing the Nylon base with Carbon Fibre. The result is a stable material, with high ...

Nylon PA 6 + Carbon Fiber

Nylon 6 CF - PA6CF - Nylon 6 Carbon Fibre

  • 3D FDM Fused deposition modeling

PA 6 CF Nylon is a composite material, made by reinforcing the Nylon base with Carbon Fibre. The result is a stable material, with high ...

Nylon PA12 40% GB

Nylon PA 12 Glass Beads - Nylon PA 12 40% Glass Beads

  • 3D MJF Multi Jet Fusion

Nylon PA 12 40%GF (Polyamide 12) guarantees good mechanical properties on all axes as well as resistance to wear, chemicals and moisture ...

ABS-like resin

Draft Resin - Grey Resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

ABS-like resin tracks ABS performance but is characterized by increased stiffness and hardness. It allows you to achieve a high degree of ...

Clear Translucent Resin

Translucent Resin - Translucent Resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

Clear Resin is made after processing with a Translucent finish or frost effect, which guarantees a pleasant and homogeneous aesthetic ...

High Temp Resin

High Temperature Resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

The High Temp Resin (for high temperatures), with its HDT 0.45MPa of 190°C, is the most thermally efficient resin at the thermal level ...

Tough resin

Heavy duty resin

  • 3D MSLA Stereolithography

Tough resin (or resistant) boasts excellent resilience, its mechanical properties include elasticity and the ability to flex without ...

Polypropylene PP

PP

  • 3D MJF Multi Jet Fusion

Polypropylene (PP) has always been used in the manufacturing industry for the mix of mechanical properties with good elasticity and low ...

PEEK

Polyether ether ketone

  • 3D FDM Fused deposition modeling

PEEK is a polymer that can be both amorphous and semi-crystalline. The latter is characterized by greater mechanical resistance to the ...

PEEK CF

Peek Carbon Fibre - Peek Carbon

  • 3D FDM Fused deposition modeling

PEEK CF is a carbon fibre reinforced composite material that makes it high performance. Compared to PEEK, it has extraordinary ...

ABS food

ABS Food

  • 3D FDM Fused deposition modeling

This specific ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) has been made to be compatible for all uses in food contact contexts. Like other ABSs, ...

ABS medical

Medical ABS

  • 3D FDM Fused deposition modeling

This specific ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) has been made to be compatible for all uses in medical and health settings. Like other ...

Finishes for 3D Printing

Soft touch black finish

Paint Red Semi-gloss RAL 3000

Paint RAL 9005 Black Semi-matt

Paint RAL 9003White Semi-gloss

Paint RAL 5005 Blue Semi-gloss

Paint RAL 5005 Semi-matt Blue

Silver Metallic Paint

Gold Metallic Paint

Paint RAL 9005 Black Semi-gloss

Paint RAL 3000 Red Semi-matte

Paint RAL 6018 Green Semi-gloss

Annealing

MarketReady - Dyed Black

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In three easy steps, you can get an online quote for your parts in 3D Printing or CNC Machining and start production right away.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does 3D printing cost less than injection moulding?

The price of the injection moulding depends a lot on the cost of producing the mould and starting the process, which can range from €8000 upwards. This cost subsequently drops depending on the number of copies produced: on average the break-even point with other technologies is close to 1400 copies. The Multi Jet Fusion technology does not have start-up costs to be amortized, therefore, with the same quality as the finished product, it is much cheaper up to runs of around 1000 copies.

What is the best 3D printing technology?

Unfortunately, there is no perfect technology in everything and for every application. Different technologies lend themselves to different uses: resin is great for aesthetic uses, HP MJF for large runs and good mechanical properties and FDM is fantastic for high-performance materials that can only be processed with this technology

Can I produce any geometry with 3D printing?

3D printing makes it possible to produce very complex shapes such as latex structures or channels inside the components. Complexity is at zero cost as the only thing that really matters are the size of the components and the amount of material used. That said, some geometries that are too thick or too thin can create problems due to heat accumulation or excessive fragility during the cleaning and post-processing phases

Industrial Additive Manufacturing

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Materials for Industry

Performance materials not only for prototypes

3D printing, or industrial additive manufacturing, provides materials suitable not only for the creation of prototypes (rapid prototyping) but also for final parts and produced in large numbers. Polymers with high mechanical performance, resistant to high temperatures and the action of chemical agents allow you to always identify the most suitable material for each application

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Production Capacity

24/7 in-house production

The industrial production machines for 3D printing used by Weerg guarantee quality and repeatability impossible to obtain with desktop systems. The production proceeds 24/7 thanks to the automation of the processes and allows to guarantee tight and competitive delivery times

Advantages of Additive Manufacturing

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, allows you to produce components that would be unthinkable with other technologies. In fact, complex geometries can be produced with undercuts and internal cavities, as well as latex-type reticular structures, both with repeated cell and with stochastic structure. All this is possible thanks to the construction strategies whereby the material is only added where necessary. Variety is also not difficult to manage with 3D printing systems as it is easy to prepare very different files effectively, as opposed to CNC machining.

How does the 3D Printing Online Service work?

Weerg's 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping online service is based on the automatic system of online quoting and order creation. Using it is very easy and intuitive and all it takes is a 3D file to obtain an instant quote of costs and delivery times. Each individual file can be configured independently with the possibility of selecting the printing technology, material, finish and shipping times according to your preferences and according to the specific needs of each application. Once the order has been submitted, one of our specialised experts will proceed to run a specialised review to ensure the result the designer has in mind.

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