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With expertise in a wide array of rapid prototyping technologies, Liantuo is well-equipped to handle any prototyping project. Compared with CNC Machining Prototyping, Rapid Prototyping and 3D Printing have they own advantagies. Here we are gonna show you.

We have the experience necessary to guide our customers towards utilizing the ideal method and material for their unique project. Our in-depth knowledge of our in-house technologies allows our engineers to recommend which process will work best for your specialized needs.

Technologies of Rapid Prototyping

Stereolithography (SLA)
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
PolyJet 3D Printing
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Metal Castings and Prototyping
Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)
Urethane Casting

Materials Used in Rapid Prototyping

A wide variety of materials are utilized by LT Industry  to manufacture rapid prototypes , which are determined by the technology used and the the part needed. Our experienced engineers will guide you which materials and technologies are needed in your unique project.

Rapid Prototypes-Key Benefits

  • particularly apply to the models featured with complecated surface, such as animation models
  • Faster than CNC Prototype and cheaper
  • Reduced testing time and cost
  • Testing can be based on form, fit, and function
  • Wide variety of available prototype materials
  • Confidentiality of product development is assured

Finish Options

Along with the varieties of available rapid prototyping technologies, materials and equipment, we have a wide variety of finish levels available to achieve the look and feel that is needed for each prototype. 

Rapid Prototyping vs Subtractive Manufacturing

Subtractive Manufacuring is refer to the manufactures such as cutting drilling, milling and machining, which is a very imprtant way to make prototypes before the invention of 3D printing. However, I am not saying that CNC prototyping is not imprtand way anymore. They are both important in industry, but just have their own advantagies depend on the product you are making and the stage of produc development.

Rapid prototyping is typically referred to as an additive fabrication technology because the process involves building up the object by adding successive layers. This process involves providing 3D CAD information to the rapid prototyping machine, which uses that data to incrementally create the object. This is different than traditional subtractive methods such as milling, turning, EDM, etc. Subtractive techniques begin with raw material that is larger than the object to be created and material is removed or carved out to create the end product.

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