Functionalising

3D Printing: Functionalising

3D printing Projects

3D printing projects for 2019 thus far has struck a qualitative balance between functional and aesthetic applications as per client demand.
It shows as an increased awareness by South Africans in realizing 3d printing as a proper revolutionary movement for part manufacturing and complementary towards artisanal production.
3D model services near metropolitan centres or innovation hubs is another consideration.
South Africans 3d printing projects and 3d printing services evolves at a decent pace.

 

An IT and/or Artist’s Technological Apprentice

 

The Anycubic Photon offers high caliber printing resolution for small prints.
Mavrakis Concepts has welcomed the addition of a DLP printer to its 3D printing fleet.
This allows us to offer 3D printing services for small, although immaculate qualitative components.
These have found use in the IT industry, which generally struggles to find small replacement parts locally without importing bulk whole units to extract just one required part.
Liquid Resin 3D printing services is also ideal for the artisanal niche, or requirements on searching for finely detailed 3d printed statuettes, which can later be post-processed or synthesized with other mixed media materials.
3D Model services is another critical element to consider.

 

Mechanum Arm Rover Competition 

 

3D printing Wheel and robotic arm parts for a mechanical rover as part of a team-built vehicle intended for entry into a national school science competition, also made its way to us.
Mavrakis Concepts is proud to form part of this experience and part of the process.

 

Agricultural Aid

Regional farmers require pump parts to withstand harsh weathering, mechanical and hydraulic conditions. FDM 3D printing services continues to respond to these criteria incredibly well.
It notes ASA plastic as the ideal material in this specific application.
In addition, prints with rafts, and supports especially for round complex cylindrical objects is possible.
Mavrakis Concepts’ has enclosed FDM 3D printers.
The agricultural industry often turns to local manufacturers for local ‘bush-fix’ solutions.
3D printing streamlines the process while filling the gap and adeptly responding quick-turn around times in urgent circumstances.

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