3D printing technologies

Different technologies, different benefits. At TQ, we are able to access three 3D printing technologies. From classic FDM (fused deposition modeling), SLS (selective laser sintering) to stereolithography. 
Depending on the requirements, we select the right technology to fit the application. 

3D-Druck - Fused Desposition Modeling

Fused Deposition Modeling

Material extrusion is a 3D printing manufacturing method. In this method, a filament made of solid, thermoplastic material is pushed through a heated extruder nozzle and is melted. The printer puts the material on the building platform following a specified path. The filament then cools and is cured to a solid object. 

Customary Range of Applications: 
Electronics housings; for form and fit checking; fastening and clamping jigs

3D Druck - Selectiver Laser Sintering

Selective Laser Sintering

Selective laser sintering is a 3D printing method where a thermal energy source selectively melts powder particles within the construction area resulting in the fabrication of a solid object.


Customary Range of Applications: 
Functional parts; complex cable ducts (hollow designs); manufacture of parts in small quantities

3D-Druck - Stereolithographie

Stereolithography

Stereolithography is a 3D printing manufacturing method where a light source selectively cures a photo-polymerizing resin in a tank.

Customary Range of Applications: 
Polymer prototypes similar to those from injection molding; jewelry (precision casting); dental technology; hearing aids

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