What exactly is 3D printing?
3D printing is already an everyday thing for millions of people in the form of hearing aids, dentures, aircraft engines, brackets for indicator lights and parking brakes in Rolls-Royces. 3D printing – also referred to as additive manufacturing or rapid prototyping – is defined as the production of three-dimensional objects based on digital data models, whereby the material bonds together layer by layer until the object gets increasingly larger and thereby obtains its 3D character.
At Jaksche, components are produced based on 3D-constructed data models with a layered build-up of the programmed component on a construction platform. The 3D printing software – a small but very important detail – transmits all the information required for the print to the 3D printer. The construction material from which the components are printed is photopolymers, which cure immediately following the depositing of the thin layers of plastic.
What are the fields of application?
In Austria, Jaksche produces small artisanal and industrial spare parts or construction samples with 3D printers for installation and assembly tests.
- Full range of products and services relating to 3D printing
- Professional services for additive manufacturing