3D scanners capture the geometry of your objects and produce a three-dimensional model as a digital reconstruction. 3D Scanners have hundreds of application possibilities and are a powerful tool when it comes to innovation.
Do you need parts to be accurate, easily replicated and stable over time? Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology uses production-grade thermoplastics to easily print concept models, prototypes, tools and end-use parts.
Metal 3D printers transform single-alloy metals into high-density parts in line with metal injection molding and better than investment castings because of their high speed, low waste, and cost, as well as material flexibility.
Programmable Photopolymerization (P3) technology is capable of printing difficult geometries without supports, fine features, and large cross-sections, with the highest 3D printed part quality and throughput the industry has seen.
The Nano Dimension's PCB 3D printer combines 3D printing, nanotechnology and inkjet technology to bring conductive inks and PCB prototyping to market. Solve the problem of multi-layer PCBs and develop electronics using 100% additive methods.
Experience levels of detail and realism that exceeds other 3D printing technologies using the only process able to create a wide variety of materials (including dental and biocompatible) and combine resources into one elite finished product.
Scale up to your full potential in additive manufacturing, with increased throughput, unparalleled consistency and boosted productivity with PostProcess Technology automated support removal and surface finishing for your 3D printed parts.
SAF technology is an industrial-grade additive manufacturing solution that delivers production-level throughput, a competitive cost per part, consistent part quality and consistency, and a high production yield.