Wax Modelling by Solidscape

Solidscape® 3D printers are primarily used to produce "wax-like" patterns for lost-wax casting/investment casting and mold making applications.

The 3D printers receive digital input from three-dimensional data files (STL, SLC) and create solid, three-dimensional parts through an additive, layer-by-layer process with a layer thickness [mm] from .00625 to .0762 and a resolution of [dpi] 5,000 x 5,000 x 8,000 XYZ. The patterns produced are extremely high resolution with vibrant details and outstanding surface finish.

The printers combine drop-on-demand ("DoD") thermoplastic ink-jetting technology and high-precision milling of each layer with the Company's proprietary graphical front-end software, 3ZWorks.

Solidscape's 3D wax printers utilize the Company's proprietary printing technology, SCP® (Smooth Curvature Printing®), which enables its systems to deliver the highest precision and surface finish in the industry. Developed to enhance throughput performance up to 25% (depending upon model geometry) and deliver master patterns that stand alone in the industry... the true benchmark of quality.