“Don’t ask ‘what is my 3D printing strategy?’ Ask ‘what is my business strategy in a world becoming more and more dominated by 3D printing?”
Work directly with us to construct the optimum print that suits your needs. Let a deltasys expert technician guide you through a step by step journey towards your engineering solution.
DELTASYS EFORMING can manufacture your custom part using a wide variety of DELTASYS In house SMALL FORMAT and LARGE FORMAT 3D printers Equipped with fast speed filament extrusion system.
Deltasys experts know from experience how to effectively implement Deltasys advanced 3D printing technology to produce your custom part.
Take advantage of DELTASYS wide range of in-house 3D Printers equipped with large build areas, heated chambers and filament extrusion systems.
Extrusion is the most common and probably the simplest 3D printing technique. The main printing material is a plastic filament. The filament is heated, melting in the printing head of the 3D printer.
Supports 1.75mm and 3mm filaments
Direct pellet fed extrusion
our extruder temperature ranges from 260oC to 500oC which can print high performance plastics.
PEEK, PEKK, PEI
PC, PETG, NYLON, PVA, HIPS
While much attention has been focused on the consumer market, consumer-grade 3D printers are not suitable for large-scale production grade additive manufacturing. Industrial 3D printers are designed for a specific purpose and they have the speed, facilities and robustness which are critical for industrial 3D manufacturing.
They come with a wide range of features and different specifications, that means that the industrial 3D printer price can vary hugely. To identify just how much industrial printers cost, it is worth understanding a little more about them. What is the difference between the consumer 3D printer and industrial 3D printer price and why? Where is it based on and how to compare?