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Industrial Plant Models

3dmodel craft offers customers an extensive range of rapid prototyping (RP) services to meet any project goals that require superior, fast and accurate models and prototypes. The key to this is that wedoes not just work with one process, which means that the company does not make an application fit a process. Rather, the teams can quickly — and independently — assess project requirements and present clients with a process that will fit the application. The team of experts at 3dmodelcraft employ a wide range of rapid prototyping processes, including 3D printing processes such as stereolithography, Thermojet2 and selective lasersintering; more traditional subtractive processes such as rapid CNC machining; laser cutting as well as the vacuum formingprocess. Because of the nature of our business, we understand that terminology can often be confusing and we aim to overcome this with simple points of reference. For applications that require prototypes to be produced — whether this is a single initial concept prototype or a series of prototypes to prove form, fit or functionality — rapid prototyping is the service we supply. This denotes our ability to supply models and prototypes efficiently and within tight deadlines. Process selection is essential, however, when determining the requirements of the application. It is here that the skill base within the team ensures success. 3D printing technology is a cornerstone of the rapid prototyping service that we offers. A relatively new term, 3D printing uses additive technology to produce 3D parts direct from 3D CAD data for prototyping applications. There are a number of key benefits that 3D printing provides prototype applications over more traditional methods, namely faster lead times on the production of the prototype and therefore reduced development time, reduced costs, greater design freedom and significantly less material waste. Materials for 3D printing processes are in continual development, and while it is widely recognised that, for the most part, they do not have the same properties as final production materials, this gap is closing. 3D printing processes have proved greatly advantageous in a number of industrial sectors to date, including, but not limited to, architecture, defence,automotive, aerospace, medical, dental, consumer footwear and creative design

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Architectural Models

3d model craft is able to offer its clients a range of advanced additive manufacturing processes to fulfill the most complex model demands. Additive manufacturing is a term that refers to a range of processes that have emerged during the last 25 years for a host of applications including concept models, functional prototypes, tooling patterns and, more recently, production parts. Other terminology that can be used to describe these processes includes Rapid Prototyping, 3D Printing, Additive Layer Manufacturing, Digital Manufacturing and Freeform Fabrication. In contrast to traditional prototyping and manufacturing methodologies, additive manufacturing processes build parts layer by layer, at the micron level, to achieve the required shape. This, in turn, has opened up new possibilities in terms of realising more complex shapes — in a single model — eliminating the need for multiple parts and their assembly. From the earliest origins of the technology, when additive processes were more limited in terms of accuracy, repeatability and material characteristics, ongoing improvements now mean that some of the processes can be utilised to build final production parts. In particular, for low volume, high value applications additive manufacturing can offer a viable and economic alternative to traditional methods of manufacture, which require machining or expensive tools.

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CNC Machining

With over 25 years of experience3D Model Craftare experts in product development. We understand the complexities of bringing a new product to the market place and our expertise in model making and prototypes can play an invaluable role in this process. So whether you need a functional model to impress investors or low volume production of the new product in short lead times contact 3D Model Craft to help your new product development fulfill its potentia

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Machinery Models

You may have a need for a quick part to prove form and function- well, although you may know that 3d model craft has extensive CNC capability and has always had the ability to produce complex parts and functional prototypes in real materials including abs, peak, polycarbonate, Perspex, nylon, - you can now get simple parts quickly and inexpensively. Quick and simple CNC parts - just email with your files and receive a fast turnaround quote. For a complete assembly or larger model we will need a bit more time to fully understand your requirements and to make recommendations. You may require jigs and fixtures, if so we should be able to help you, we also machine in aluminum, anodizing and other surface finishes and heat treatments are available. Functional prototypes, concept and ergonomic models includingaerospace, medical and automotive.

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Dummy and Prototypes

3d Model Craft and Prototypes offers invaluable expertise with all of theprocesses within its comprehensive facility. With a thorough understanding of the requirements for rapid product development, the company can provide real solutions for small batch production using some of the more advanced in-house processes. Both the selective laser sintering , silicone mold and vacuum casting processes have seen great success with small batch production projects for our clients. Selective laser sintering is an additive manufacturing technology that provides distinct advantages for producing low-volume production parts. Vacuum casting is a cost-effective process that allows the production of high quality, multiple models for a range of applications. In particular, vacuum casting is an ideal method to use for parts in the automotive industry for trim applications due to its great accuracy and repeatability results. In addition, the experts at 3d Model Craft have developed a sophisticated method of bypassing the production of master models by going straight into rapid production of a mold, which proves to be quick and time efficient. Low volume production runs can be achieved in this way. The method is called Reaction Injection Moulding (RIM) and it uses dispensing equipment to inject a fast reacting PU (polyurethane) resin, at low pressure, into a mold. Typically, RIM is mainly used for larger or simpler parts with a wall thickness of 2-3 mm or more. For example, automotive trim parts, dash, bumpers, motor cycle fairings, low run medical assemblies and covers for production machinery. Services

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