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Professional and Industrial Additive Manufacturing

Our SLS 3D printing service

From prototyping to small-batch production, our SLS 3D printing facilities will allow you to produce highly accurate parts with quality and strength comparable to injection molding. Ideal for low volume production of end use parts without the cost and time required for tooling.


Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is an industrial 3D printing process ideal for manufacturing end-use parts.

In SLS, a laser selectively sinters polymer powder particles, fusing them together and building a part layer-by-layer.

SLS produces functional plastic parts with isotropic mechanical properties that can be used for detailed prototyping or end-use low-volume production.

The technology is popular for functional prototypes, design evaluation models, small manufacturing runs, end-use consumer products, and product testing, among other uses. Industries that have taken a particular shine to SLS include:


  • Automotive (jigs & fixtures, prototype cars)

  • Aerospace (prototypes, tools, air ducts)

  • Medical and healthcare (prosthetics)

  • Consumer electronics (housings, prototypes)

  • Military (replacement parts, grips)

  • Heavy Industry (sand casting patterns, tooling)

High Resolution Resin 3D Printing

Our mSLA 3D printing service

mSLA 3D printing is used for rapid prototyping, jewelry and fashion design, dentistry and orthodontics, medical applications, engineering and aerospace, architecture and model making, education and research, and art and sculpture. It enables the creation of precise and intricate 3D printed objects in various industries.


mSLA (Stereolithography) 3D printing is a popular additive manufacturing technique that uses a liquid photopolymer resin cured by a UV light source (Laser, DLP or LCD)  to create detailed and high-resolution 3D printed objects. SLA 3D printing has various applications across several industries. 

  • Prototyping: SLA 3D printing is widely used in product development and prototyping. Its ability to produce intricate and highly accurate models makes it suitable for creating functional prototypes for testing form, fit, and function before committing to large-scale production.

  • Jewelry and Fashion: SLA 3D printing allows for the creation of intricate and delicate designs, making it popular in the jewelry and fashion industry. It enables the production of custom-made jewelry, accessories, and intricate fashion pieces with high detail and surface finish.

  • Dentistry and Orthodontics: SLA 3D printing is extensively used in dentistry for producing dental models, surgical guides, and aligners. It enables the creation of accurate dental impressions, making it easier for dental professionals to plan treatments and create custom-fitted dental devices.

  • Medical Devices: SLA 3D printing finds applications in the production of various medical devices, such as hearing aids, prosthetics, surgical tools, and anatomical models. It enables the customization and production of patient-specific devices that fit perfectly and improve treatment outcomes.

  • Engineering and Aerospace: SLA 3D printing is used in engineering and aerospace industries to create prototypes, functional parts, and complex geometries that are otherwise difficult to manufacture. It allows engineers to test designs, validate concepts, and reduce the time and cost associated with traditional manufacturing processes.

  • Architecture and Model Making: SLA 3D printing is utilized in architecture and model making to create intricate and detailed architectural models, urban planning models, and topographical models. It helps architects and urban planners visualize designs and communicate ideas effectively.

  • Education and Research: SLA 3D printing is increasingly used in educational institutions and research laboratories. It enables students and researchers to explore concepts, create physical models for experimentation, and study complex structures with high accuracy.

  • Art and Sculpture: SLA 3D printing is embraced by artists and sculptors for creating intricate and unique art pieces. It provides a new dimension for artistic expression, allowing artists to transform their digital designs into physical objects with fine details and smooth surfaces.

Professional FDM 3D Printing

Professional FDM and FFF 3D printers are designed for industrial or commercial use, offering higher performance, larger build volumes, advanced features, and more material options.

  1. Build Volume and Size: Professional FDM 3D printers typically have larger build volumes, allowing for the production of larger parts or multiple parts simultaneously. 

  2. Print Quality and Resolution: Professional FDM printers generally offer higher print quality and resolution compared to desktop printers. They can achieve finer layer heights and produce smoother surface finishes, resulting in more detailed and precise prints.

  3. Material Options: Professional FDM printers usually offer a wider range of material options, including engineering-grade thermoplastics such as ABS, nylon, and polycarbonate. They can handle more advanced and specialized materials suitable for specific applications. 

  4. Print Speed: Professional FDM printers are generally faster than desktop printers due to their robust design and higher-powered components. They can achieve higher print speeds, allowing for quicker production of parts.

  5. Build Quality and Reliability: Professional FDM printers are built with higher-quality components and are generally more reliable, designed to withstand continuous and demanding use. 

  6. Advanced Features: Professional FDM printers often come with advanced features such as dual extruders for multi-material or soluble support structures, heated build chambers for better print quality, and more sophisticated software and connectivity options. 


FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) 3D printing, also known as FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication), has a wide range of industrial applications. Here are some notable examples:

  1. Manufacturing Tooling: FDM 3D printing is used in industrial settings to produce custom jigs, fixtures, and tooling. These tools aid in manufacturing processes, such as assembly, quality control, and prototyping, improving efficiency and reducing costs.

  2. Functional Prototypes: FDM 3D printing is extensively used for creating functional prototypes in various industries. It allows engineers to quickly iterate designs, test form, fit, and function, and identify design flaws or improvements before proceeding to mass production.

  3. End-Use Parts: FDM 3D printing is increasingly utilized to produce end-use parts for specific applications. With advancements in materials, such as high-performance engineering thermoplastics, FDM-printed parts can offer the required strength, durability, and functionality for applications ranging from automotive components to medical devices.

  4. Aerospace and Defense: FDM 3D printing finds applications in the aerospace and defense industries. It enables the production of lightweight yet strong parts, custom tooling, and complex geometries. Additionally, FDM is used to create mock-ups and prototypes for design verification and functional testing.

  5. Automotive Industry: FDM 3D printing is employed in the automotive industry for rapid prototyping, tooling, and the production of customized parts. It allows for design validation, functional testing, and the creation of specialized components that can improve vehicle performance and efficiency.

  6. Healthcare and Medical Devices: FDM 3D printing plays a vital role in the healthcare industry. It is used to produce patient-specific anatomical models for surgical planning, customized prosthetics and orthotics, surgical guides, and dental aligners. FDM enables personalized and precise medical solutions.

  7. Architecture and Construction: FDM 3D printing is utilized in architecture and construction for creating scaled models, architectural prototypes, and building components. It enables architects, engineers, and builders to visualize designs, test structural integrity, and construct intricate geometries.

  8. Education and Research: FDM 3D printing is widely adopted in educational institutions and research facilities. It allows students, researchers, and scientists to explore concepts, fabricate prototypes, and conduct experiments in various fields, including engineering, materials science, and biology.

AMS3D Print Farm

A 3D print farm is a facility where multiple 3D printers are operated together to handle large-scale 3D printing production efficiently.

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