We have our own machinery and it allows us to find solutions tailored to each application.
Request an on-site presentation, video conference, or a shipping of detail free of charge. Our customer service team will explain to you exactly how we work and how we price orders.
Our customer service team will explain to you exactly how we work and how we price orders.
Many years of practice, knowledge of the industry, technology, and its applications have allowed us to develop an efficient model of cooperation fully oriented to our customers’ needs. When you decide to work with us, we will assign you a dedicated Client Advisor. In Technology Applied, you do not work with a system but with people who want to help you solve a technological or business problem. Your Account Manager will always be up-to-date with your order and requirements. Thanks to that our cooperation will be efficient and effective. The individual approach allows for quick implementation of changes and dynamic support of your project. The Advisor will:
Identify your needs and application issues
We know that each part serves a different purpose. We also know how many factors influence what material, process, and post-production methods to choose for the part to meet your expectations.
Consult and Educate
We know the possibilities of 3D printing well, and we’d love to tell you about them. A webinar, material samples, consulting, on-site presentation, a visit to Technology Applied – these are just a few of the options you can choose from to feel confident and explore the field of additive manufacturing.
Quote and control your order
The Advisor’s task is not only to provide a favorable offer, but also to control and support after-sales.
Long-term support and cooperation
We know from experience that a single detail does not mean the end of the process. Therefore, the task of the Advisor is to suggest further applications of 3D printing in your company, suggest improvements, and audit parts (part screening).
Senior Client Advisor
The method of quoting your parts will depend on the number of parts and the technology and material selected. Your dedicated Advisor will choose the valuation parameters in such a way that the presented cost will be the most favorable and the lead time will be the shortest. Below we present the methods:
It its applied to the orders of individual parts. The parameters of the valued element are the key. We assess: cm3 of the detail, the size of the cube described on the detail, the density of the detail (whether the detail is openwork or solid). In the case of technologies that require the use of support materials (SLA, PolyJet, FDM), the support material and the time of processing and removing the support material are also taken into account.
Printing Chamber Pricing
This is an excellent solution for the production of short series and sets of parts. In contrast to the model pricing, we do not take into account the parameters of the workpiece itself. The only unit taken into account is the space bought by the customer in the printing chamber, in which the maximum possible number of parts can be placed, leaving the price unchanged. This valuation is possible only in SLS technology.
Delivery time depends mainly on the chosen material, technology, and processing methods. The delivery time of the print in SLS technology takes from 2 to 7 working days and in SLA technology it takes 3 to 8 working days. Each processing method, such as dyeing, polishing, lacquering, resin sealing extends the lead time from 1 to 4 working days. In the case of large orders or cyclical orders, these deadlines are set individually. The exact delivery time is always included in the offer.
The most important element for us is the detail file, exported to .STL format for 3D printing. It is at this stage that most errors occur. Remember that when you send us an unexported detail in a format other than .STL, the risk of error increases. Unfortunately, with the sincerest of intentions, we are not able to determine on the exported part whether it is exported correctly or not, because we did not design it. Export and verification are the responsibility of the designer or constructor who provides us with a drawing to be printed.
Be sure to provide your Supervisor with all relevant information, e.g.:
– Will parts work with liquids or gases under pressure (leakage issues)?
– Will parts work in a folded assembly? We try to place such parts in a working chamber next to each other so that the impact of any deformation of the materials does not affect the work of the entire assembly.
– Do the parts have channels or any kind of nooks and crannies that we should know about? This will allow us to adjust the post-production process and appropriate quality control in line with ISO 9001.
– Will the parts be subject to further machining? This information will allow us to apply the appropriate laser exposure parameter. 3D printing technologies allow us to influence the manufactured part from many angles and adjust the manufacturing parameters so that the part does its job as well as possible.
Is 3D printing the cheapest manufacturing method on the market? Can it produce durable, industrial parts? In this article, we have answered the questions you must be asking yourself – – „Druk 3D fakty i mity”.
Our customer service team will explain to you exactly how we work and how we price orders. We will advise you which technologies and materials suit your needs best.