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Industrial 3D Printing

The Materials and Manufacturing Futures Institute is equipped with some of the most advanced 3D printed part production systems that are currently available. We can do metal, plastic or ceramic 3D printing all in-house at UNSW Sydney. 3D Printers by 3D Systems are some of the most powerful and precise available so we take pride in our quality and consistency. Get in touch today to sort out all your research, industry or commercial 3D Printing needs!


3D Systems ProX DMP 300 - Metal 3D Printer

The 3D Systems ProX DMP 300 is a high-performance, high-quality metal 3D printed part manufacturing system, offering reduced waste, greater production speeds, shorter set up times, dense metal parts, and the ability to produce complex assemblies as a single part. The ProX 300 offers a build volume of 250 x 250 x 300 mm, and features an automated material loading and recycling system. More than 15 materials are available for use, including stainless steels, superalloys, and some ceramics. A surface finish quality of up to 5 Ra μm is achievable, meaning less post-processing and less material usage.


For more information, please contact us at mmfutures@unsw.edu.au


ProJet 3500 HD MAX - Plastic 3D Printer

The high-capacity ProJet 3500 HDMax by 3D Systems offers greater productivity by using a high-speed printing mode and high-definition prints for the production of functional, durable, beautifully precise plastic parts. Users also benefit from increased throughput, part size, feature detail and quality only possible with ProJet printers. The HDMax printer has four printing modes (HD – High Definition, HS – High Speed, UHD – Ultra High Definition, and XHD – Xtreme High Definition) with a maximum resolution of 750 x 750 x 1600 DPI (XYZ);16μ layers. The typical accuracy of the printer is 0.025-0.05 mm per 25.4 mm of part dimension.


For more information, please contact us at mmfutures@unsw.edu.au