Interpro: 3D printing, additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping and low-volume injection molding

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Interpro: 3D printing, additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping and low-volume injection molding

  1. 1. • I Introduction Rapid Prototyping & 3D Printing Short-Run Production with Cast Urethanes CNC Machining Bridge Tooling/Prototype Injection Molding Professionally Painted Appearance Models CAD Support Established in 1996 - Family owned and operated - ITAR Certified by Dept. of State - ISO 9001 Compliant - 12 Employees - 6,500 Square foot facility
  2. 2. • I Rapid Prototyping with StereoLithography (SLA) • • The most popular rapid prototyping technology uV laser cures liquid photopolymer one layer at a time 8 SLA systems in-house • part size up to 20” x 20” x 23” SLA Viper Technology • • • • Fast Accurate very high resolution excellent surface finish 9 SLA materials to choose from • • • • • Polypro-like ABS-like Polycarbonate-like high heat-resistant Class VI medical
  3. 3. Nine •SLA Materials to choose from I 11122XC - clear, ABS- like, water resistant, medical Class VI approved NeXt - ABS like, extremely durable, high impact strength, off-white in color Accura7535 - PP- like and translucent, great for snap fits 18420 - ABS-like, medical grade Accura60 - Polycarbonate-like, translucent. Excellent detail Xtreme Grey - ABS like, flexible, durable 10122 Ultra - acrylic-like, colorless, great for highly clear bottles Prototherm - High temperature and water resistance, translucent red in color. Nanotool - Ceramic filled, highly rigid, 500◦F heat deflection
  4. 4. • I Your choice of finishing Machine Finish supports removed Basic Satin supports removed plus glass bead blasting Basic Gloss supports removed plus clear coat Acrylic Clear Exterior surfaces sanded plus clear coat Premium Exterior surfaces sanded plus glass bead blasting Primed and Painted
  5. 5. The• latest SLA materials I SOMOS 10122 Ultra Clear and colorless
  6. 6. • I Rapid Prototyping Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) • • • • • exceptionally strong functional parts engineered plastic materials • ABS, PC, ULTEM, Nylon stable dimensionally accurate ideal for fixtures and low-volume production
  7. 7. • I Rapid Prototyping Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) • • • • • • SLS offers fully functional prototypes uV laser melts Nylon powder one layer at a time strong mechanical properties and good thermal resistance excellent long-term stability Resistance to most chemicals excellent for tooling, fixtures and low volume production
  8. 8. • I 3D Printing Objet PolyJet • • • • • • Print head fires droplets of acrylic photopolymer High power uV lamps cure one layer at a time high precision models and prototypes excellent surface features and fine detail Lower heat deflection temperature than SLA Over 90 ‘digital materials’ • Simulate over-molded parts • Durometers Shore A 25 – A 90.
  9. 9. • I Rapid Tooling of Production Quality Parts RTV Soft Tooling / Urethane Casting • • • • • • Functional prototypes with complex features Accuracy on par with rapid prototypes Cast-in color blended to your specification Zero draft and/or small undercuts OK Inserts can be cast into the part A wide range of material properties • Shore A, Shore D • bio-compatible • flame-resistant • UL rated • food grade • clear Fast delivery and low cost compared to injection molded parts
  10. 10. • I Metal 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) Metal parts directly from CAD files, using a high powered laser to melt and fuse metal powder into a solid part Specifications • • • • • Material: 17-4 steel Maximum part size: 9 x 9 x 7.5’ Minimum feature size: .015’’ Minimum wall thickness: .012” – .014” Tolerances: .005″ on 1st inch, .002″ thereafter
  11. 11. • I 4-axis CNC Machining • • • • Highly accurate CNC machined prototypes, models, patterns and production parts. Affordable method for producing low quantities of parts in your material of choice Save on tooling costs Reduce lead times
  12. 12. • I Low Volume Production with Injection Molding Bridge Tooling & Injection Molding • • Low to medium-volume injection molded parts ABS, Polycarbonate, Nylon, Polypropylene and almost any other thermoplastic material • Decades of experience • mold design • mold build • injection molding • • Bridge Tooling in aluminum or steel Production steel tooling • CNC machined • EDM
  13. 13. • I Additional Finishing Options Drilling Tapping Helicoil inserts Machining Polishing Metal Plating Anodizing EMI shielding Assembly
  14. 14. • I Professionally painted appearance models ● Painting ● Finishing ● Graphics
  15. 15. CAD Support • • • • • I Reverse Engineering (3D Scanning) File repair Optimize CAD file for 3D printing Split CAD files for larger assemblies
  16. 16. • I InterPRO Online Online quotes and orders, with a human touch
  17. 17. • I Review your previous quotes and orders… select ‘New Quote’
  18. 18. • I Browse to select your STL files, or a ZIP of STL files
  19. 19. • Tell Ius what technology, material, finish and delivery you need
  20. 20. • Tell Ius about your project’s requirements… even upload a bill of materials
  21. 21. • I Send your quote request
  22. 22. • I Your Project Manager is notified immediately
  23. 23. • You Ireceive an email link to your quote
  24. 24. • I Review your quote
  25. 25. • I Confirm your shipping and billing details and place your order
  26. 26. • You Ireceive an order confirmation
  27. 27. • You Ican see the status of your order from your computer, tablet, smart phone
  28. 28. • You Ireceive an email with link to your shipping and tracking information
  29. 29. • I We’re ready when you are
  30. 30. SLA material properties • I
  31. 31. InterPRO Wrench Case Study : Cost comparison for Quantity 1-50 • I

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