RED CUP VILLAGE
3D PRINTING FARM
Our 3D printing farm makes world-class 3D printing and 3D scanning accessible to individuals, organisations and start-ups across various sectors through innovation concepts and premium products.
WHY 3D PRINTING?
3D printing enables users to access advanced time-to-market turnarounds. What usually takes 2 years to construct with traditional manufacturing takes a matter of hours utilising 3D printing.
Nowadays consumers want products that work well and they want them now, and it’s up to us manufacturers to meet these demands.
WHAT WE OFFER
WHAT WE OFFER
Design & DevelopmentWhatever concept you are currently developing and producing – we are able to supply an appearance model with identical ‘look-and-feel’ characteristics and functions to your final production part. Our team of experts and artisans select from a wide range of additive and subtractive technologies, combined with craftsmanship precision and a range of finishing options to make your design come to life.
On Demand 3D PrintingWe place the power of digital manufacturing into your hands with exceptional speed, quality and reliability. Whether you’re prototyping or ready for production, our 3D printing factory lets you start small and scale as needed. We believe 3D printed functional prototypes enable real-world product development and testing to take place before costly investments in production tooling.
On Demand 3D Scanning
From prototypes to aircrafts – 3D Scanning can capture and digitize your project for inspection, 3D printing, rapid design iteration or any CAD related tasks. `We use fast and accurate handheld and tripod mounted 3D Scanners to capture data that is ready for CAD based editing.
Delivering an accuracy up to 0.04 mm in Fixed Scan Mode. Under handheld scanning mode by marker alignment, the volumetric accuracy is up to 0.045mm+0.3mm/m.
OUR 3D printing farm
The facility holds 117+ high performance Industrial/commercial 3D Printers with the capacity for mass volume customisation and personalisation.
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