The world is experiencing what some call the 'new industrial revolution', where the most innovative factories have already opted for 3D printing to improve production levels in some of their sectors, improving the quality of their products, delivery times and the cost in its assembly lines.

Revolutionary innovation thanks to 3D printing

Our 3D printers shape all kinds of parts without any assembly, joints or welds as was done before the appearance of 3D technology.

With these processes we can obtain a great precision (± 0.1mm), in addition to a reproducibility and consistency between the pieces of a run without varying in the characteristics of the piece, so that each piece fits into your solution , from the first to the last unit.

For these cases, we offer our personalized 3D printing service that, together with our professionals in the field, allow us to develop these projects quickly and without worries.

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Advantages of 3D printing in the industry

In many occasions, the industry sector is subject to agile processes and fast delivery times, where when a problem arises the assembly line stops, assuming a great cost for the company.

At this point, it is essential to have a fast recovery system , and this is achieved through the 3D printing service we offer. In most of these cases, a piece or solution element is entrusted to the supplier of tools, fixtures or a reliable workshop to obtain a spare part ... although all these suppliers usually offer waiting times of minimum days, weeks or even months.

In Imprimakers we know that this factor is key when a process is stopped, so that we give a quick response to our clients in a matter of hours, to alleviate the root problem quickly and efficiently. Our system of manufacturing of parts in 2-3 days and shipping in 24h make us a reliable and professional 3D printing service.

Tips for 3D printing

Next, we are going to mention some brief advice when requesting a 3D printing service in this area.

Since a piece made in 3D printing in additive plastic will not have the same tolerances as in its final production in metals or steels, it is usually left 0.1mm more tolerance for this process. This usually occurs when some pieces are assembled inside others, or they must have movement with each other.

To take these and other factors into account, we have created a design guide in which you will be able to follow the recommendations that we have collected based on the experience in the 3D world. I invite you to take a look, you can access this section from the navigation menu or by clicking here.