marhellabs – your service provider and manufacturer for industrial 3D printing
Additive manufacturing with different 3D manufacturing processes and manufacturing routes from a single source
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
The Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) process, also known as melt layering, is used to build 3D components layer by layer using fusible plastic.
Simple models, low cost functional prototypes, fixtures.
Stereolithography, or SLA for short, is a 3D printing technique for the layer-by-layer and rapid production of single or multiple high-resolution 3D components.
Prototypes, impression models, concept, geometry and functional models
Selective laser sintering (SLS)
In SLS 3D printing, also known as selective laser sintering, a plastic powder is sintered by a laser beam, layer by layer and usually without support structures (so-called support) to form a 3D component.
Plastic prototypes, illustrative samples, small series components.
Selective laser melting (SLM)
Selective laser melting (SLM) is a formless manufacturing of metal 3D printing. In this process, a powdered metal is melted into a 3D component by means of a laser beam.
High strength components, metal components
Advantages of 3D printing and additive manufacturing
Where additive manufacturing reaches its limits, marhellabs applies subtractive
manufacturing methods as well as conventional manufacturing and combines the processes.
Rely on marhellabs’ expert and independent project support.