3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing
ICOMold now offers 3D printing and additive manufacturing through through Fathommfg.com.
What is 3D Printing?
3D printing is a process of manufacturing that constructs 3D models by layering, or printing, materials. The 3D printed object is created through the use of a CAD design file that is programmed into a computer. Materials used in 3D printing include polymers, metals, glass, ceramic, foams, gels and more. Common applications for 3D printed products include production parts, industrial tooling, visualization tools, consumer prototypes and customized products. 3D printing technologies include SLS, SLA, FDM, MJF and PolyJet. For more information, visit our 3D printing service page.
What is Additive Manufacturing?
Additive manufacturing is inclusive of all 3D manufacturing technologies that utilize a computer-aided-design (CAD) to construct an object layer by layer. Additive manufacturing allows a user to improve functionality through rapid testing to work out any product flaws prior to the final prototype. Additive manufacturing is an excellent choice for developing products with intricate details, lightweight construction, and a high level of strength. For more information, visit our additive manufacturing services page.
What are the Main Technologies in 3D Printing?
3D printing additive manufacturing technologies include several different processes. The processes include Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Stereolithography (SLA), Multi Jet Fusion (MJF), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and PolyJet (PJ). Each technology offers its own unique characteristics that can be utilized to create your part to your exact specifications.
30 Second 3D Printing Quotes
Get fast, easy 3D printing quotes from Fathom. No matter the level of complexity, chosen technology or project quantity, Fathom can deliver – and depending on the project, that could be same day. The experts at Fathom will recommend the best technology or technologies and materials for the project after considering functionality, costs, lead time and complexity. In the same way ICOMold by Fathom provides 30 second injection molding quotes, you can get a 30 second 3D printing quote from fathommfg.com: 30 second 3D printing quotes. Simply upload your file into our SmartQuote tool and receive an additive manufacturing quote in seconds. Get a quote today.
How Much Does Additive Manufacturing Cost?
Printing costs vary and are impacted by several variables including part complexity, material type, volume of parts and materials as well as the desired finish process. Low complexity parts can be produced starting at $150 per order. Try our 3D cost calculator to receive an instant quote today