Why wait to see your product? We can create a prototype quickly with 3D printing
3D printing – FDM Service
3D printing – SLA Service
How does 3D Printing work?
3D Printing technology typically starts with creating a virtual design of the model / object that you would like to create. This design is typically made as a CAD file (Computer Aided Design) which allows for fully compatibility with our 3D Printing machines. This CAD file is either created manually by hand or uses a 3D modeling application (such as a 3D scanner) to copy an already existing and pre-built object. 3D Scanning is incredibly fast and can provide a 3D digital copy of an object very quickly and efficiently.
Once the CAD drawing has been created of the model that needs to be fed into the 3D Priting, our engineers ensure compatibility with your model and material selection. The array of available colours, thicknesses and printing options is vast and continually we are pushing the boundaries utilising the latest technologies via our rapid prototyping service.
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3D MODELING SOFTWARE
Our in-house engineers can create 3D models of your pre-built object to create a CAD (Computer Aided Design) file, allowing us to re-print in a new material using a SLA 3D Printer.
Stereolithography printing allows us to produce incredibly detailed prints, it leaves a smooth surface finish and shows any tiny, intricate details. This method of printing is favoured by jeweller and dental machinists due to the accuracy of the prints.
Many conventional manufacturing processes typically see large scales of waste during the build process. 3D printing is one of the most efficient forms of manufacturing.
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3D Printing is a complex arena involving many processes and inputs to ensure a prototype goes to plan.
If you have a burning question to ask us about our 3D Printing service, then simply fill out the below contact form, which a member of the team will be in contact with you.
What we do
RENND - provides concept modelling and prototype production services to the industry by combining leading edge manufacturing technology with traditional, experienced craftmanship. Located in Henley-on-Thames, South Oxfordshire, UK
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