|Early stage prototyping||As fast as 1 day||0.016 mm (0.03 mm for VeroBlack)||Vero, VeroClear, ABS-Like, Rubber-Like|
We can produce parts in just one day thanks to digital manufacturing methods according to our customers’ needs.
Min Wall Thickness
Min End Mill Size
Min Drill Size
Max Part Size
Radii : Depth
0.8 mm (0.03 in)
0.5 mm (0.02 in)
1200 x 500 x 152 mm [x,y,z] (mill)
152 x 394 mm [d,h] (lathe)
Square profile, full radius, dovetail profiles
|Depth must not exceed 12x drill bit diameter.|
For end mills, depth must not exceed 10x tool diameter.
Additional Design for Manufacturing Tips
Cost Saving Tips
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