What types of material can we use?

The materials used are multiple and are chosen according to the customer's needs.
They can vary from metal to various types of plastic or plaster.
Materials are available to suit any use and with different characteristics such as transparency, heat resistance, stiffness, watertight, for foods.
Below is a brief description of the materials used and their scope.
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is a fully biodegradable material and is derived from corn starch.
Therefore has a very low environmental impact compared to fossil plastics, but against that over the years tends to degrade.
Non-toxic and odorless; the touch is soft, but slightly rough because after finishing work allows the production in limited quantities,
It can be produced in various colors and has a slightly glossy finish.
It should be kept away from moisture and heat.
It should be kept away from moisture and heat, so it is not suitable for models subjected to high temperatures nor to heavy work loads.
Due to its characteristics it is great for producing colored objects and prototypes not static nor subject to workload, nor to mechanical functionality and its application is limited to models that are not subject to work outdoors or in high temperatures.


This type of filament is the material used for the longest time in 3D printing, so the best-known and tested.
It 'a thermoplastic derived from petroleum, is not a biological material, so it is not biodegradable, but rather during the extrusion gives off a pungent odor and toxic fumes.
It's durable, resistant to impact and heat.
It 'great for the realizations of precision, creates perfect corners, the surfaces are paintable and easily sanded after printing. The ABS products are shinier than in PLA.
However, requires more care on the model of pre-press files due to high temperature extrusion, also to avoid the risk of a collapse or deformation of the object being printed.


Printing with UV resin is achieved by a beam that is projected onto a photosensitive liquid that solidifies layer by layer when exposed to light, create the template.
The result is also excellent for small objects that require high definition and precision.
The finished product can be sanded (although with minimal loss of detail) and colorful.
It can withstand heat up to about 48 ° C
The product is a rigid and robust, opaque, with a smooth surface and can be colored.
Suitable for objects that require strength, stiffness, mechanical work and high definition.

Use of gypsum powder and used as a binder resin type specific. To date it is the only technology that allows the creation of objects in 16,000,000 colors.

You can not print because the suspended parts do not hold up its own weight.
The process is complete we will have a colored object, improved further after treated with cyanoacrylate acid, in order to increase strength and make the colors more brilliant
The prototype will be rough, almost sandy to the touch, consisting of hard but brittle, suitable for models that are not subject to any exercise and work load, great for displaying in fairs.