Additive manufacturing technologies offer a variety of advantages in the industrial production of components. In particular, the pronounced flexibility and design freedom make 3D printing an attractive manufacturing solution. Especially for small series, 3D printing technology scores with comparatively low costs and speed. Modern DLP printing systems and innovative 3D printing resins with properties similar to the most common injection molding materials (PP, PE and ABS) are suitable for prototyping as well as for the production of functional parts and are thus a real alternative to conventional injection molding.
With its wide range of engineering and printing services, Bodo Möller Chemie offers a risk-free entry into additive manufacturing and maximum flexibility. Services range from design and development to proof printing, component testing, modification, quality control, validation and small batch printing. More information.
Accessories tailored to the DLP workflow for optimum production results, such as curing chambers for post-curing printed parts and automatic cleaning stations for cleaning 3D printed parts
Individual consulting and engineering services in all process steps of additive manufacturing: Identification of components suitable for 3D printing, material selection, test printing, selection and installation of a DLP printing system or tuning to existing 3D printing system, upscaling and post-processing (surface finishing, component bonding). The services can be used as a complete package or individually as required.
LOCTITE - Functional resins for industrial 3D printing
Functional resins specially developed for industrial 3D printing with outstanding properties similar to the most common injection molding materials (PP, PE and ABS): UL 94 V-0 certified, impact resistant, elastic, transparent and much more. Suitable for prototyping and mass production of functional parts. <
Rapid Shape® 3D DLP printers for industrial manufacturing
The innovative DLP printing systems guarantee exceptional print quality and productivity and are suitable for printing prototypes as well as producing functional parts in series. Due to the comparatively low investment and operating costs and the ease of use, they offer a perfect entry into additive manufacturing. Various printer sizes and the open system allow maximum flexibility and design freedom.