Advantages of 3D Printing

  • Reduces the cost of RPT and Low volume Production of parts
  • Design Freedom,Complex Parts manufactured with no extra time and effort
  • Parts produced quickly from the design as this is a single step process- Tool free part production
  • Increased Customization which is a key requirement in medical and dental fields

3D Printing and us

Methods and Application

3 D Printing from a CAD file can be done by following methods:

  • Stereolithography (SLA) : Liquid Polymer or Resin is solidified by Laser technology to form the object.Used in RPT with high precision and surface finish,Jewelry,Dental and Investment casting patterns.
  • Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM): Plastic filament is extruded at certain temperature and deposited to form the object.Used in budget friendly RPT,Enclosures,Conceptual and Functional modeling,Low volume production of engineering components,Medical Prosthetics,Digital Dentistry etc.,  Can produce parts with good strength and varied engineering properties at low cost.
  • Selective Laser Sintering (SLS):Powdered material such as Nylon,thermoplastic,Metal is fused by Laser beam into solid object.Used in RPT,Low Volume Production of complex and very strong parts without support structures.
  • Polyjet 3D Printing:Liquid polymers are jetted and UV-cured to form complex and smooth surface objects.Used in producing molds,tools,jigs and fixtures.

We, at LK 3D Printing use Fused Deposition Modelling to produce Rapid Prototypes and Low Volume Production of parts with desired accuracy

Advantages :

  Large build Volume

  Higher Nozzle temperature enabling printing with wide range of material.


We offer RPT components with final product strength and fitment and our MOQ is 1 no.