DPW entered the 3D printing market with our first machine in 2000. It used the LOM (Laminated Object Manufacturing) process, using fused paper sheets to build the part.
Our next machines have all been Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) additive manufacturing machines. They create plastic RP parts by building up thermoplastic layers from the bottom up. It is similar to how an inkjet printer prints, only injecting plastic instead of ink.
Our current models are 400mc's. They are very versatile machines with several plastic material types and colors.
Highlights of the 400mc:
8 material choices for 400mc:
Possible uses for designers:
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