The building blocks within the rapid prototyping procedure is often a 3 dimensional Computer-aided-design document, sometimes designed by our clients as well as by us, IMIRP, on a clients behalf.
Via the CAD file, precise SLA (stereolithographic) or SLS (selective laser sintering) products can be accomplished, occasionally within hours. Within their unprocessed condition, or when polishing off and painting, these kinds of models may be useful for form, visualisation, match and performance checks, or even made use of as mould masters to create silicon and plastic resin tools.
Most of these tools may be utilised to produce polyurethane components created to be able to replicate an array of manufacturing elements. We also use waxes that may be cast and utilised to produce metal elements through the investment procedure.