May 8, 2020

Metal and Ceramic 3D Printing Explained (Video)

3D Printing with Admaflex Technology Explained

May 8, 2020

Admaflex 130 Overview
A technician operates an Admaflex 130 3D Printer

Our patented Admaflex Technology originates from Stereolithograpy (SLA), currently the most reliable and precise additive technique. SLA is a way of 3D printing layer-by-layer, using photosensitive liquid polymers cured through light. This technology enables the production of high-quality products for high-demanding markets.

To explain this technology and seeing the ease of use we want to share a short video that clearly shows the simple steps op running a 3D print using the Admaflex Technology. This technology is applied on the Admaflex 130 and 300 series printers that are capable of printing either ceramics or metals. You can see the full video by clicking the button below.

Are you curious to learn more about the Admaflex Technology and what it can do for you? Please submit your request via our contact form or give us a call at +31 85 0777 101

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