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3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing

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3D Printing Done Right

Right from routine life to work and even entertainment, there is hardly a realm of life that has been left untouched by modern additive manufacturing / 3D printing technology. Today, from visual aids and presentation models to prototypes and actual functional components, additive manufacturing is being extensively used by diverse businesses. It is great tool to avoid complex assemblies of small components which in turn helps in reducing overall assembly time as well labor cost.

Currently, there is a mix of novice and expert additive manufacturers, service providers and resellers for imported and indigenous machines in the market.

ForeKen thrives on its ability to create tangible prototypes from virtual drawings using professional-grade FDM and DLP machines to deliver consistent quality and maintain the dimension accuracy of models. ForeKen also acts as a reseller of indigenous FDM and imported DLP/SLA machines, providing a complete solution to customers – from CAD to final product design.

End-to-End 3D Printing Services

Our ultramodern approach to additive manufacturing, prototyping and concept modeling enables us to deliver superlative 3D printed models for a wide array of industry segments and business types, including:

  • Architecture
  • Jewelry
  • Healthcare
  • Dental
  • Designer Lighting
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Automobile and Industrial Manufacturing
  • Exhibitions Models
  • Training Models
  • FMCG –  for displaying their products
  • Personalized and Corporate Gifts
  • Trophies and Medals
  • Engineering Industries
  • IOT/IIOT Applications and solutions
  • Product designing

Why Choose ForeKen for Your 3D Printing Needs?

No matter what your 3D printing requirement, we can deliver. With a relentless focus on 3D printing quality and dimensional accuracy, rapid prototyping processes and cost effectiveness, ForeKen is the go-to partner for a diverse range of traditional as well as innovative modern businesses.

Highlights

  1. Quality

Our team of experts follows industry best practices and makes certain that there is absolutely no compromise on quality and dimension, no matter what the size of the project that we take on board.

  1. Technology

We make use of digital manufacturing, state-of-the-art additive manufacturing machines- both FDM and DLP/SLA, cutting-edge technology (literally!) to simplify the otherwise complex 3D printing process.

  1. Speed of delivery

With a proven track record since inception, our human and tech resources continue to work tirelessly to complete your project within (or even before) the predefined deadlines.

3D Printing Technology and Processes We Use

Here’s a snapshot of all the different additive manufacturing technologies:

  • VAT Photo Polymerization
  • Material Extrusion
  • Binder Jetting
  • Powder Based Fusion
  • Sheet Lamination
  • Direct Energy Deposition

The most widely used ones include:

VAT Photo Polymerization (using laser beams to solidify UV base) – RESIN

  1. Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) – Material curing by laser
  2. Digital Light Processing (DLP) – Material curing by projector UV beam
  3. Continuous Digital Light Processing (CDLP) – Material curing with LED and Oxygen

Material Extrusion (instant melting and hardening of the filament in the extrusion nozzle)

  1. Fused Deposit Modeling (FDM)

Material Jetting (resin droplets come out from a small diameter nozzle that hardens with laser beams)

  1. Material Jetting (MJ) – Basic material plastics cured with UV light
  2. Nano Particle Jetting (NPJ) – Basic material metal cured with heat
  3. Drop on Demand (DOD) – Basic material wax milled to form

Powder Based Fusion (high power laser fuses small powder particles to generate layers)

  1. Stereolithography (SLA) – Basic material plastics cured by laser lights
  2. Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) or Selective Laser Melting (SLM) – Basic material metal cured by laser light
  3. Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) – Basic material plastics fused with agent and energy
  4. Electron Beam Melting (EBM) – Basic material metal fused with electrobeam

Binder Jetting (powder layer liquid binder applied through jet nozzle which glues the powder particles)

Got a product idea? Share it with us and we will bring it to life for you with our unrivalled capabilities!

Get in touch with us at info@foreken.com to get your project started today.

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