3D Printing & Rapid Prototyping Service
3D printing is the process in which a physical object is created from the three-dimensional digital model. At Sopan, we are the best 3D printing company in India providing professional 3D printing and Rapid prototyping services with the use of the most state of the art additive manufacturing technologies. We have a high-quality 3D printers running all day. We offer our services to a large group of industries that include aerospace, architecture, medical, automotive, commercial products, jewelry, packaging, lifestyle, engineering, product design, healthcare, and education.
3D Printing Technology
We are equipped with the up-to-date technologies to deliver 3D Printing at a highly successful rate.
- ABS - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
- ABS+ - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Plus
- PLA – Polylactic Acid
- PLA+ - Polylactic Acid Plus
- Flexible PLA
- Translucent PLA
With a trained team of professionals and state-of-the-art infrastructure at our disposal, we are equipped to provide the best 3D printing and rapid prototyping services. Sopan is one of the top 3D printing companies offering best plastic 3d printing services and 3D rapid prototyping services to clients across India.
FDM – Fused Deposition Modelling
Also referred to as FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication), FDM is an additive manufacturing process ideal for rapid prototyping functional models, end-use parts, manufacturing tooling and moulding, sand casting patterns, and concept parts.
SLA – Stereolithography
SLA machines are used to create complex objects that may difficult to design using other rapid prototyping methods. Industries ranging from manufacturing to medical make use of this technology to develop prototypes and final products.
DLP – Digital Light Projector
DLP technology is similar to SLA prototyping, the critical difference being the use of projector light in DLP. It is used in dental, injection molding, art, jewelry; metal cast applications and used to create visual prototypes in photoshoots.
SLS – Selective Laser Sintering
This additive manufacturing process uses a high powered laser. The laser is fused to plastic particles to develop a 3D model. SLS finds application in consumer products, athletic footwear equipment, aerospace, automotive and many more industries.
This 3D printing technology uses jets of photopolymer materials to develop prototypes and parts with a microscopic-layer resolution and an accuracy ranging from 0.1 mm to 0.3 mm. Applications that require intricate and complex designs such as electronic components, electronic connectors, medical devices, and knobs use this technology.