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16 Cecil Crescent,
Cape Town, 7530
Phone: (+27) 021 982 0165
The Form 2 is perfect for many industries, but especially jewellery.
Delivery within Cape Town– 2-3 Working days
Delivery outside Cape Town – 3-6 Working days
Costs – If your order value is over R2000.00 excluding VAT, your shipping is FREE!!
Yes, it is a real thing and printers are quite freely available in South Africa
Answer: The nozzle might be clogged, the bowden tube isn’t inserted into the print head properly or the bowden tube is bent closed.
You would have to use SLA technology for high detail prints. Stereolithography also known as resin printing is a form of 3-D printing technology used for creating models, prototypes, patterns, and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photopolymerization, a process by which light causes chains of molecules to link together, forming polymers. So the printer that we would recommend is the Formlabs Form 2.
For very bulky prints you would use FDM technology. Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM). FDM printers use a thermoplastic filament, which is heated to its melting point and then extruded, layer by layer, to create a three dimensional object. For this technology we would recommend any of our other printers like the zortrax and ultimaker ranges.
We offer services and repairs on all printers purchased from us. We are also accredited from our suppliers to repair your printer.
During inspection to on some of the design files the planes are not correctly closed as it is shown as an open surface, If you look closely that particular part that seems transparent, you will see that it is of a lighter shade. This means that this part probably has inverted normals making it not a solid for the support surface recognition. If you open the part in Netfabb it is likely that you will get an error message on that particular surface. It seems to be an issue when adding supports, it does not necessarily be an issue when printing the part. But it would be good to check the .stl file.
We have a variety of machines with different technology available. Please send an email with your requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will be on contact shortly.
Culinary printers are mostly modified normal 3D printers but we have a printer that can print chocolate. It is called the Zmorph. You have to make your own mixture but it comes with the nozzle and the tube to feed it through
Currently medical printers are still in the development and testing stage. They are being used in America as the universities there are developing them. They are however not yet available in South Africa.
Yes you get metal printers that can print fully functional parts. Currently the US army and Navy are using them to print replacement parts for some of their planes and helicopters. These printers are available in South Africa however they are very expensive.
Yes we do and we are currently the only people in South Africa that have one. Please visit our showroom to view this amazing printer in action.
Yes we do. Depending on how big your item is will determine which scanner will be used. For high detail small scans we will recommend the David SLS-3 scanner. For big scans up to a mini bus we would recommend the Artec Eva 3D scanner.
Yes we do. We sell all the exotic filaments from FormFutura. We also stock their standard PLA and ABS as well as Verbatim’s PLA. All of our filament is also available in 2.85mm and 1.75mm diameters.
Yes we do. Please just confirm if your requested Resin is in stock by contacting us at email@example.com
Yes, we do. Please submit your .stl file here, and we will send you a quotation shortly.
During inspection to on some of the design files the planes are not correctly closed as it is shown as an open surface, If you look closely that particular part that seems transparent, you will see that it is of a lighter shade. This means that this part probably has inverted normals making it not a solid for the support surface recognition. If open the part in Netfabb it is likely that you will get an error message on that particular surface. It seems to be an issue when adding supports, it does not necessarily be an issue when printing the part. But it would be good to check the .stl file
Yes, we do. Please submit your images of what you want to scan here, and we will send you a quotation shortly.
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