Inkbit, a pioneer in advanced additive manufacturing solutions, has announced the launch of its new 3D printing services which will be powered by its Inkbit Vista™ System running on Vision-Controlled Jetting technology. Manufacturers interested in developing complex polymer products with intricate geometries and multi-material parts can now obtain prototypes and production volumes without purchasing an Inkbit Vista™ System.
The unrivalled printing accuracy, geometric freedom, and ability to print CAD files directly without the need for process-specific tweaks distinguish Inkbit 3D printing services.
Inkbit 3D Printing Services
Inkbit’s technology is multi-material natively, allowing for the printing of soft gaskets integrated into rigid structures, for example. The Inkbit process boasts exceptional accuracy thanks to its real-time 3D inspection system, ensuring that all components on the print bed are consistently accurate and fit together perfectly during assembly. Customers can rely on precise and high-quality results every time thanks to Inkbit’s cutting-edge technology and meticulous attention to detail.
“We’ve been impressed by the quality and feature resolution of parts made by Inkbit’s manufacturing service. Their team has delivered high-quality, high-volume orders on a moment’s notice, enabling our engineers to achieve milestones and breakthroughs in the development of our marine robotics and energy-harnessing technologies. We consider them an invaluable partner.”– Pietro Filardo, Founder and CEO of Pliant Energy Systems Inc.
Inkbit’s Vision-Controlled Jetting (VCJ) technology is especially well suited to multi-component and multi-material products with a large number of parts that benefit from agile development cycles. Inkbit is setting a new standard in additive manufacturing by utilising cutting-edge software algorithms and proprietary optics. Manufacturers can now create multi-material, complex geometries, and fine details that were previously difficult to achieve with exceptional precision and repeatability. Inkbit can accelerate product development by reducing lead times and increasing iteration cycles, opening up a world of possibilities for robotic, aerospace, fluidic, automotive, and other applications.
“Introducing our 3D printing services was a natural step in our commitment to provide customers with an accelerated path to the future of product development. We want to offer a seamless end-to-end solution to facilitate the conception, refinement and realization of complex, multi-material, intelligent products.”– Davide Marini, CEO of Inkbit
Inkbit is looking to partner with forward-thinking companies looking to accelerate their product development cycles, with a relentless focus on precision, repeatability, and novel materials.
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