Our mission is to provide complete production 3D Printing sulutions and break down barriers to the adoption of 3D Printing.
Deltasys E-Forming design, develop and manufacture purpose built 3d printers. Company manufactures various sizes of machines which supports various materials. Size ranges from small format 250 cubic mm to Large format 2000cubic mm. company aim is to provide reliable, robust and consistent working machines to its customer.
Company has one dedicated plant located at udyambag Belgaum Karnataka having present plant capacity of manufacturing any variant of machines. Equipped with world class infrastructure like state of art machine shop includes CNC Machining and Turning centers, CNC Laser cutting, sheet metal fabrication, welding, Assembly shop, paint shop and other allied infrastructure
DELTASYS EFORMING caters the machines to Automotive, Aerospace, Defense, Naval, Railway, dies and mould, Foundry, Appliances, Medical equipment, dental, architecture, interior designing industries.
At Deltasys E-Forming we also offer 3D printing services we have our own in-house 3d printing farm where our all types of 3d printers are in work our machines can makes part up to 2 cubic meter in size.
We also provide Additive Manufacturing Education, Consultancy and services for Automotive, Aerospace, Defense, Medical, Oil and Gas Industries. As well as 3D designing Services, and design for Additive manufacturing services.
Deltasys E-Forming started AMWAVE INSTITUTE OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING in collaboration with Educational trust Suraj Foundation. AMWAVE is involved in providing consultancy and learning tools about additive manufacturing. AMWAVE is commited to spread awareness and to build an ecosystem for additive manufacturing across multiple industries in the country.
Deltasys E-Forming is having 3D printing experience center in BELGAUM,SANGLI and provide 3D Printers sales and services to all the major cities of India.
We have a 3D printer for every business goal
Do you want to print large parts at once or produce a lot of small parts on one printsession, we make it possible. Need light weight parts that have the same strenght as metal, with PEEK 3D printer you can make it happen?
We manufacture purpose built machines for specific industry example if you want to make automotive car dashboard then we will prefer Larger than 1 cubic meter machine and if you want to manufacture Mannequins then we will prefer you large format DELTA 3D printer ( which will print a part of height up to 2meter or more)
We manufacture custom machine as per customer requirement and application. Our machines also support various high performance materials such as PEEK, PEI, PEAK, Carbon fiber.
The accuracy is due to the fact that our machines are built over the course of 200+ hours with the highest quality components, and with extreme precision.
All of Deltasys E-Forming 3D printers start with a frame built with high quality steel.
There are a lot of 3D printers on the market that use plastic, aluminum, or even wood.
We believe the frame is one of the core components that keeps the machine from losing accuracy over time.
Over the course of time, and through thousands of prints, the steel frame is able to withstand the constant movement of the various mechanisms at high speed.
We have found that over time, constant movement can cause a “give” and thus compromise the accuracy of the machine.
While the steel frame is one of the core elements, the way in which our steel frames are processed is one of the most important factors contributing to our 3D printer’s accuracy.
The steel bars that in the end hold our linear guide rails are precision machined by an industrial CNC mill which is able to grind away the steel until it is extremely flat.
This results in a precision machined frame and nearly perfect surface for our linear guide rails to be mounted.
This precision, in the end, provides even greater accuracy when printing.
Now that the steel has been precision machined, and the frame has been constructed, it is time to mount the linear guide rails onto the frame.
We carefully researched and outsourced the highest quality profiled linear guide rails that we could find.
Once they arrive in our shop, we go through the process of mounting the rails onto the frame.
The process can take up to an hour per rail because we are constantly measuring and realigning the rails so that they are in excellent alignment.
Once they are mounted, we ensure that rails do not have a variant of more than +-0.01mm.
Another component that is essential to the accuracy of our large format 3D printers is the use of ball screws which provide virtually zero backlash when in motion.
The use of ball screws is not a new concept within the world of industrial machinery, but we feel that it is important to cover as it is an essential component in our large format 3D printers.
Belt driven machines can be a good solution used in 3D printers, but they tend to become less precise over time due to the stretch and backlash that can occur within the belt.
This is especially true when pushing and pulling larger loads.
Ball screw driven machines, however, are precise and relatively low maintenance.
The ball screw doesn’t build up backlash or slack compared to belt driven systems.
Additionally, a benefit to a ball screw driven machine is longevity and the ability to lockout in all axial directions when an e-stop is required.
The final component that we use is AC servo motors. Most 3D printers on the market today utilize the traditional open loop stepper motor, which is an efficient and cost effective option.
While Deltasys E-Forming offers these motors as a lower end option, it can eventually leave uncertainty in the minds of the operator. The primary reason a stepper motor is inferior, is because a stepper motor does not know where it is in the print area.
The motor simply turns according to the input it is given relying on initial starting position. So, if the stepper motor malfunctions or hits a mechanical snag and “misses a step” then it will cause a cascading effect throughout the entire print.
Also, the stepper motor moves in increments and not fluid motion. This incremental movement in 3D printing can create microscopic flaws in the print when extreme precision is needed.
Servo motors, on the other hand, provide a smooth, continual motion which minimize those small flaws. Also, servo motors run in a closed loop system, mean that the servo has positional awareness based on the input signals the motor receives. In short, servo motors will never “miss a step” adding to the reliability of the machine during week long prints.
All of these elements and processes combined is the reason why Deltasys E-Forming 3D printers are extremely accurate. They are designed to allow the operator the ability to start a 100+ hour print job knowing that it will complete with little-to-no defects. The quality of the prints produced is top tier in the FDM 3D printing industry today.
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