At Fluxaxis we are busy making prototypes and manufacturing parts for product designers through our 3D printing bureau service. Products range from domestic appliances to electrical housings for industrial equipment. Our Hewlett Packard MJF is invariably the machine to use for making such parts in Nylon PA12. That said, our Stratasys Fortus 900mc is busy too. It offers material options, including ABS, ASA, PC-ABS, Ultem.
We offer product designers the ability to make their parts using the latest additive manufacturing technology. Our lab comprises a unique array of equipment under one roof in the UK. Furthermore, we offer an end-to-end service of 3D scanning through to the final finishing of parts. For example, we can create almost any paint finish painting or even metal plating.
Our clients typically find that the quality of parts produced by our Hewlett Packard MJF are a game-changer. The density and strength of the Nylon PA12 parts it makes are especially impressive compared with other processes like SLS. The MJF process, in addition, is much faster and more cost effective. These advantages bring 3D printing (or additive manufacturing) into the realm of manufacturing, not just prototyping. Using the HP MJF for small and medium scale production is now commercially viable, as it negates the need for tooling. Given that tooling is not an obstacle, designers have the possibility to customise every part at no extra cost.