Siedery offers industrial-grade 3D printing (additive manufacturing) services including SLS, SLA, and SLM processes. We offer 3D printing of plastics and metals for prototyping and production. With us, you can find the full range of materials and processes for your product application.
3D printing is a great method for product appearance, functional verification, or small series production, and it can print complex geometries that cannot be achieved by traditional manufacturing processes.
Direct metal laser sintering, where metal powders are welded into fully dense metal parts. Common materials include stainless steel, aluminium alloys and titanium alloys. Feel free to contact us to find a engineer to support you according to your needs.
Stereolithography (SLA) uses an ultraviolet laser to draw thousands of thin layers on the surface of a liquid thermosetting resin until the final part is formed. The high forming accuracy and smooth surface of the part make it ideal for product appearance verification.
Selective laser sintering (SLS) uses a CO2 laser to melt nylon-based powder layer by layer until the final thermoplastic part is built. 3D printed parts are hard and can withstand temperatures of 170 to 180 degrees, making them suitable for product functional verification and some parts can be used directly.
3D printing (3DP), also known as additive manufacturing, is a technology that uses a digital model file as the basis for constructing an object by printing layer by layer using an adhesive material such as powdered metal or plastic.
3D printing is usually achieved using digital technology material printers. It is often used to make models in areas such as mold making and industrial design, and then gradually for the direct manufacture of some products, and parts have been printed using this technology. The technology is used in jewelry, footwear, industrial design, architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), automotive, aerospace, dental and medical industries, education, geographic information systems, civil engineering, firearms, and other areas.
Many different techniques exist for 3D printing. They differ mainly in the materials that can be printed. Common materials used for 3D printing are nylon glass fiber, durable nylon materials, gypsum materials, aluminum materials, titanium, stainless steel, silver plating, gold plating, and rubber-based materials.
We have an experienced engineering team that has helped thousands of customers bring their products to market with high quality 3D printed parts. We can 3D print parts for a wide range of part applications and industries using a range of industrial grade thermoset resins, as well as thermoplastics and metal powders, and if required, we can provide a variety of post-treatment services such as heat treatment, secondary machining, plating, painting and dyeing to further enhance mechanical properties and appearance.