Fathom uses the latest in plastic 3D printing technologies to deliver high-quality parts to its customers. Fathom can meet the requirements of your project, even if it is time-sensitive, highly complex, high-precision, or short production run related.
Plastic 3D printing or additive manufacturing has numerous applications and advantages. Industrial tools, custom products, production parts, and prototypes can all be made using additive manufacturing. 3D printing allows you to quickly get a part to market. Some of the plastic 3D printing technologies offered by Fathom include:
Submit your file to Fathom’s SmartQuote online platform for a quote within 1 to 24 hours. Are you ready for a quote on your upcoming plastic printing project? Ready to learn about another manufacturing service offered by Fathom? Plastic prototype lead times are as follows:
Fathom has 2 US-based locations that offer plastic printing with nationwide coverage to the entire United States. Fathom’s advanced prototyping and manufacturing services include injection molding, CNC machining, chemical etching, plastic printing, and more. We have provided over 200,000 quotes to leading US companies and are ready to provide you with a quote today.
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|Simulated ABS||Digital ABS Plus (Ivory)||
|Rigid Opaque||Vero Pure White, Vero Black Plus, Vero White Plus, Vero Yellow, Vero Cyan, Vero Magenta, Vero Blue||
|Simulated Polypropylene||Rigur (White)||
|Rubber-like||Agilus30 (Clear), TangoBlack+||
|Digital Materials||Predetermined blends of the above materials||
|STANDARD MATERIALS||LEAD TIME||OPTIMAL QUANTITY||MAXIMUM DIMENSIONS||SUGGESTED MINIMUM WALL THICKNESS||FINISH & APPEARANCE||ADVANTAGES & CONSIDERATIONS|
|Accura 25||1-3 Days||1-10 Parts||650 x 750 x 550 mm||1mm||
|TPU 92A (thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer)||
|Antero™ 800NA (polyetherketoneketone)||
|ULTEM™ 1010 resin (polyetherimide)||
|ULTEM 9085 resin (polyetherimide)||
|FDM Nylon 12™ (polyamide 12)||
|FDM Nylon 12CF™ (polyamide 12CF)||
|PC-ISO™ (polycarbonate – ISO 10993 USP Class VI biocompatible)||
|PC-ABS (polycarbonate – acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)||
|ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate)||
|ABS-ESD7™ (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene – static dissipative)||
|ABS-M30™ (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)||
|STANDARD MJF MATERIAL||LEAD TIME||OPTIMAL QUANTITY||MAXIMUM DIMENSIONS||SUGGESTED MINIMUM WALL THICKNESS||FINISH & APPEARANCE||ADVANTAGES & CONSIDERATIONS|
|Nylon 12 (Gray or Dyed Black)||2+ Days||Prototypes, Low-Volume, Short-Run Production||274mm x 370mm x 360mm||1mm||
A: Yes, Fathom offers 3D printing.
A: 3D printing or additive manufacturing uses CAD or computer-aided design to build a three-dimensional part in layers. The CAD serves as a blueprint of the part, instructing the machine where to place the material.
A: Fathom’s certifications include ISO 9001:2015, ISO 9001:2015 Design, and ISO 13485:2016.
A: Yes, Fathom is ITAR certified.
A: Yes, Fathom is AS9100:2016 certified.
A: Yes, Fathom’s certifications include NIST 800-171.
A: Plastic printing is sometimes called 3D printing or additive manufacturing.
A: Plastic printing is executed on a 3D printer, which dispenses molten plastic through a nozzle, which is controlled by a computer. The part is printed in layers.
A: 3D printing involves multiple steps. First, the part is designed using CAD software. The design is then exported to an STL file. Next, select the raw materials. Partner with a trusted manufacturer like Fathom to help you through the 3D printing process. Fathom can help your select the best material, streamline your design, print your parts, and take care of any finishing or assembly needed.