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HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT ABOUT USING 3D PRINTING FOR LOW VOLUME BATCH MANUFACTURING?

Additive manufacturing can be the most efficient way to mass-produce your parts. Approximately from 1 to 10,000 units, this digital manufacturing technology can help you rethink your production by adding more freedom and flexibility without sacrificing quality.

LayerX provides a range of high-quality 3D printing (additive manufacturing) services, including FDM, CJP, Polyjet, SLA, SLS and SLM. This allows for the 3D printing of plastics and metals, and provides options for both prototyping and production.Often times, additive manufacturing is more cost effective for producing a short run of parts as compared to other manufacturing methods (e.g., injection molding, CNC machining). This is primarily because no tooling, molds, or jigs need to be made. Part quantities of 1000. or less can usually be produced at a lower cost. For metals like Titanium and Inconel which can be difficult to machine, additive manufacturing may even turn out to be the most cost-effective method for mass production.LayerX provides a range of high-quality 3D printing (additive manufacturing) services, including FDM, CJP, Polyjet, SLA, SLS and SLM. This allows for the 3D printing of plastics and metals, and provides options for both prototyping and production.

Often times, additive manufacturing is more cost effective for producing a short run of parts as compared to other manufacturing methods (e.g., injection molding, CNC machining). This is primarily because no tooling, molds, or jigs need to be made. Part quantities of 1000 or less can usually be produced at a lower cost. For metals like Titanium and Inconel which can be difficult to machine, additive manufacturing may even turn out to be the most cost-effective method for mass production.

Mass Customization

Thanks to the toolless nature of additive manufacturing, different designs can be produced simultaneously. This means that designers can now be more customer centric in their designs, ensuring that each product is particularly suited to the end user. This freedom to customize also means businesses can offer a wider range of products to their clients at no additional costs, thus delivering unparalleled value to their customers and staying ahead of the competition. Custom eyewear, orthotics, braces, and medical implants are some of the products that businesses are making via additive manufacturing today.

Quality Matters!

That’s why we use state-of-the-art printers by our technology partners 3D Systems, Stratasys, EPlus, Formlabs, ultimaker, Prusa, raised 3D, Wasp and many other, alongside revolutionary materials (Evonik’s, BASF, Form Futura and Many more) to produce 3D-printed products of exceptional quality for just about every industry.

With ISO-9001 quality process in place, we are ready to serve with all the process and quality control as per the frequents.