3D Plastic
Printing

To quicken the product development and to have a hands-on experience of the product before the actual production, we produce a sample Plastic Prototype by sending the CAD file to our ABS 3D Plastic Printer with a Build volume of 300 x 300 x 450 mm. It helps in the visualisation and verification of the component.

Advantages of 3D Plastic Printing

Small Prototype Tooling

Making a Model of small Prototype mock-up is required to validate and convert the idea into a real product. By using this technique, we resolve the technical risks of the development with regards to performance, compatibility of the component and as result we achieve the following :

  • The customer’s 3D model quickly modified into Casting 3D Model and then to Pattern 3D model.
  • Pattern 3D model directly sent to 3D printer with Gating and Feeding design for printing.
  • Tooling is ready for pilot batch.
 
Small Prototype Tooling

Easy Visualization

The 3D Printed ABS models facilitate the customer to experience the Touch, Feel and Fit of the component and to check all minute details. The 3D miniature also benefits for marketing purpose and to share the expected results between manufacturing teams.

Easy Visualization

Detailed APQP

By Conducting the Advanced Product Quality Planning session with the help of the 3D Plastic printed Miniature we are benefited by the shorter development time.

Detailed APQP

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3d printing

The parts are printed directly by our Bound Metal Deposition printer layer by layer, which involves extrusion of bound metal rods. This ensures production of parts with quick development time, assuring design freedom.

Sintering

Sintering causes the metal particles to densify thereby creating a solid structure  the part is heated to temperatures near melting, the remaining binder is removed and metal particles fuse together causing the part to densify up to 98%. The parts are now ready to use..

Debinding

The part is then immersed in debinding fluid, dissolving primary binder and creating an open-pore channel structure throughout the part, preparing it for sintering.

Part Design

Based on the inputs from the 3D model, various design aspects like thickness, tolerances, metal characteristics are analyzed & the files for metal printing are prepared through Studio System Software generating supports and control parameters .

Finishing

Magna Digitech’s finishing services includes Hand finishing, Grit blasting, Shotblasting, Vibropolishing, REM’s  ISF® (Isotropic Super Finishing) process.

Machining

To meet your specific needs Magna Digitech can provide close tolerance finishing with our technology suite of machining simulation software, modular fixturing, 5 Axis Machining Centre and CMM.