WHAT IS 3D RIMP?
3D Rapid Injection Mold Prototyping uses PolyJet technology to 3D print injection mold inserts with 0.1mm accuracy. After the insert is printed and smoothed, it’s installed into custom mold core. Next, mold is installed into injection molding machine and the magic begins.
Our engineer calculates and adjust process parameters based on tool design and material specification. Variety of materials, PP, ABS, PA6.6 and mixes with Glass & Carbon Fibers, require different approach to the process, but that is our task. Performance on highest level delivers your fully functional injection molded prototype within days!
WHAT IS PolyJet 3D PRINTING?
Photopolymer droplets are jetted into support base, than solidified using UV light.
Simple, yet complicated but… The effects are stunning!
Continuous material supply creates layers with 16 um resolution and accuracy down to 0.014mm.
HOW PolyJet 3D PRINTING WORKS?
WHAT MAKES 3D RIMP BETTER THAN STEEL / ALUMINUM PRORTYPE INJECTION MOLDING TOOL?
3D RIMP takes significantly less time (-60%) and less investments (-40%) to test your big lot production ideas. The limitation is tool output, see below.
WHAT MAKES 3D RIMP BETTER THAN 3D PRINTED PARTS?
Using 3D RIMP you will received fully functional prototype, out of dedicated raw material (PP, ABS, PA6.6, mixes with Glass & Carbon Fibers). Which can’t be achieved with traditional 3D printing.
HOW CAN YOU BENEFIT FROM 3D RIMP?
3D RIMP output prototype is the same quality as output from steel prototype injection mold tooling.
It means you get the same quality for only a fraction of price and time.
You can accelerate you testing and development.