3D Printing Services
Do you want to know the strength of your design? Will it pass a required load test? Will it have the required service life? Is it flexible or rigid enough? Can it be made lighter while still maintaining the required strength? Do you need these questions answered without producing costly physical prototypes?
The award winning team at e3k have Finite Element Analysis (FEA) specialists that have 20 years of experience using FEA as part of the engineering design process. e3k can efficiently evaluate your design using professional FEA software on our in-house 32 core high performance computer. The experienced professional engineers at e3k have a proven track record of delivering top quality results for clients, saving time and development costs for them.
3D Printing: Here at e3k 3D Printing we offer Fused Deposition Modelling 3D printing also known as FDM 3D printing. This is the most common form of 3D printing in the world consisting of layering extruded molten plastic into a 3-dimensional object. This form of 3D printing can offer a range of materials and colours, many of which we offer in our store. Head over to the “quote” page for a FREE custom quote or if you have STL files ready to go, use the instant ordering system!
3D Printing Information
Professional Dual Extruder 3D Printer for Large Printing – Pro3 Plus by Raise3D
Agile Production Made Simple
A professional dual extruder 3D printer with user-friendly features for an easier 3D printing experience, and a large build volume making it well suited for large-scale production and multi-sized rapid prototyping.
Pro3 Plus has a build volume of 300x300x605mm.
3D Print Key Performance
Flatness and Smoothness
3D Printing Materials
Get an idea of what material best suits your project or application!
Pros: Gives great details, keeps dimensional accuracy, physically hard and cheap.
Cons: Brittle and low glass temperature (Will soften in a hot car on a summers day).
Recommendations: PLA is recommended for prints that don’t need much operational strength and best suited to figurines, static parts, models, art etc… This being said, PLA parts with higher infill density can sustain larger/operational forces very well.
Softening Temperature: 60-65 °C