Larger, Detailed & Economical 3D Printing
From prototypes to end products, Fiberneering has developed a unique large 3D printing process and materials that can deliver these.
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Economical Large Parts With High Detail
We provide a printing service using the printers and materials we have developed. This process (similar to SLA and DLP) uses liquid resins that are cured with UV light. It’s the most efficient process for products larger than 100mm and that need intricate details. Examples are landscape models, show parts, prototypes and moulds for various applications.
Print dimensions are 1 x 0.5 x 0.5m and individual prints can easily be combined to larger parts. For non-standard products we have a team of engineers that can help in finding the best way to design and produce.
cubic meters printed
Unique Solutions with Liquid Resin 3D Printing
Large Printing Equipment
Based on the 3D model geometry, the printer selectively cures the required areas of the part using UV light. Our proprietary process is a smart combination of SLA and DLP techniques.
High Performance Materials
Light sensitive resins solidify in the process to achieve the required material properties. Having full control over the resin chemistry creates a large number of possible product applications.
Unique Printing Know-how
Getting the best products requires extensive know-how about the process and the materials and also about the end-use of the part. Our engineers are specialised in this unique mix.
We’ve Developed the Technology from Scratch
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+31 38 202 20 68
Let’s Build Something Together
We’d like to work with you on your next project. If you have a nice product or prototype for which you need a single print or if you plan to integrate 3D printing into your workflow, in both cases we’d like to hear from you!
Some of the questions we get
Why are the costs for your printed parts lower than others?
We know SLA, it's a very slow process, too slow for us?
How do you connect multiple parts?
Why the name Fiberneering, there are no fibers in the prints?
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