Advanced printing processes are complex printing techniques that are utilized for very specific purposes. Often the model has to be made with these particular processes in mind. These techniques can be beneficial in your prototyping or design workflow, and we will work with you to utilize them most effectively.
Advanced 3D Printing
Multi-Color 3D Printing
About Multi-Color Printing
By using the Mosaic Pallete+ system, we can use
4 separate colors of filament to create amazing multi-color and multi-material prints! This technique is great for design and architectural modeling as well as fun creative projects!
Printed using MakeShaper Black and Blue PLA in gradient mode with the Mosaic Manufacturing Palette+ on the gMax Printer.
Gradient mode on the Mosaic Palette + on the gCreate gMax 3D Printer.
Printed in PolyAlchemy with a Single Extruder gMax 3D Printer, this logo has each color set at different layers.
Multi-colored poker chips are a great way to show off your brand.
Large spiral vase printed in random mode on the Mosaic Manufacturing Palette+ and gCreate gMax Printer.
Dual Material 3D Printing
About Dual Material
Using our gMax 1.5XT+ Dual Extruder printer, we can print in two separate materials simultaneously. This process allows for advanced structural prints such as a PLA box with a flexible TPU hinge or the use of dissolvable PVA support material which allows for significantly more complex geometry and can drastically increase the quality of extreme overhangs.
Some retro Fungi for your desk. Great model by Andrew Bougie