Robust nylon materials to meet every need.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is best used in applications that require durable, low volume prototype, or production parts. With a range of materials from PA, Glass-filled, and more, SLS materials also meet Class VI standards for sterilization and are virtually indestructible. Best used for rapid production of forming tools, medical devices, prosthetics, and more.

SLS Material Datasheets

DuraForm GF Plastic
Duraform HST Composite
Duraform PA Plastic
DuraForm TPU Elastomer

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FDM- 3D Printed Part


Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is a 3D Printing technology requiring a fairly simple setup, using only a heated nozzle, a build platform, and coiled thermoplastic filaments to build an object. A great solution for low-volume Production Parts, Jigs & Fixtures, and Functional Prototypes.

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Digital Light Printing (DLP) refers to a method of printing that makes use of light and photosensitive polymers. In most forms of DLP, each layer of the desired structure is projected onto a vat of liquid resin that is then solidified layer by layer as the buildplate moves up or down. As the process creates each layer successively, it is quicker than most forms of 3D printing.

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Stereolithography (SL, SLA) has a faster print time than FDM and SLS, and it is often the most accurate printing method available due to the precision achievable with a laser. A great solution for Rapid Prototyping, Concept Models, and Investment Casting Patterns.

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DMLS On-Demand Printing


Direct Metal Laser Sintering can create fully dense 3D printed metal parts in a number of alloys. Advantages are reduced weight, simplified assemblies and increased functionalities.

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Through a partnership with Gavco Plastics, Rapid Application Group delivers end-to-end manufacturing solutions that scale to fit your needs – from prototyping, Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) using additive, through to mass production with injection molding.

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