A process for making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many successive thin layers of a material. "if you use 3D printing for prototypes you will simply be able to go to market faster".
Divide By Zero has empowered clients from following sectors with power of 3D printing:
Use of PLA is avoided as it gives lower strength than ABS, ABS printed parts have strength, hard and rigid output.
Our slicing software recognises need of supports and generates minimum supports automatically.
If you are really interested in becoming reseller or the distributor you can have a talk with our sales team and explain them about your ideas and business plan which help us to know about your business plan and make us understand about it.
The time taken to print any object depends upon the size of the object and settings set for an object. A small object with less dimensions and in fill will be printed lesser in an hour whereas the object with high dimensions will take several hours to print.
Strength of the part can be varied on the basis of amount of infill (setting in the software) If you need a quick prototype just for display you can set it to completely hollow, if you need a component for functional testing you can make it completely filled.
Build volume of 250 x 250 x 200 mm allows you to print large as well as small parts of object. Higher dimension objects, more than 250 x 250 x 200 mm can be made in parts which can be assembled later.
Yes, you can have different in-fills for your object, which can be varied through different levels in the software. Lesser percentage of infill will help you to save filament with reduced print time.
Accucraft i250+ can print in ABS & PLA as of now and we are testing Nylon, HDPE, PP & PC.
Accuracy of product from Accucraft i250 is about ± 150 microns. High resolution printing leads to longer printing times.
It supports Windows (XP 32 bit & 64 bit Windows Vista / Windows 7 32 bit & 64 bit Windows 8)
We offer 1 Year warranty.
We offer 1 day free training at Divide By Zero office