Manufacturing service provider Quickparts announces express service
Manufacturing services provider Quickparts is to offer an express service for CNC machining, injection moulding and additive manufacturing. Custom 3D-printed parts are to be produced and shipped within one day.
The 3D printing portfolio of Quickparts includes the common 3D printing processes in plastic and metal: stereolithography (SLA), selective laser sintering (SLS), direct metal printing (DMP/ DMLS), fuse deposition modelling (FDM) and digital light processing (DLP) including post-processing. New is the 3D printing process Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) from Nexa 3D. The ultra-fast industrial and desktop polymer 3D printers meet the demands for shorter processing times. Their productivity is rooted in LSPc technology and the patented structured light matrix, which enable top speeds of 1 cm/min in the Z-direction. According to Quickparts, the new express service will enable the production and shipment of components within one day.
Likewise, Quickparts offers conventional production processes such as CNC manufacturing, sheet metal working and injection moulding for prototypes and small series. Here Quickparts aims to deliver in three or five days. The new express service for 3D-printed, CNC-milled and injection-moulded custom parts will initially be offered in the United States and in Europe in early 2023, according to Quickparts. It is said to offer high reliability in the supply chain thanks to local manufacturing in the US and Europe.