On-Demand Print Service
FFF-Fused Filament Fabrication
FFF is the most common method of 3D printing, as well as most cost effective. FFF extrudes plastics through a nozzle and prints layer by layer.
SLA/DLP-Stereolithography/Digital Light Processing
These methods of printing uses resin and light to create the product. SLA uses a laser to trace and cures the print layer by layer. DLP uses a screen and cures resin layer by layer. Once print is complete, it would then need to be washed in IPA and then cured using UV light. This method allows for higher resolution prints than FFF.
SLS- Selective Laser Sintering
SLS uses a laser that sinters powered plastic layer by layer. Because the laser only sinters the print, the unsintered powder supports the model, allowing for support-free models.