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Additive manufacturing as the name suggests is an ‘additive’ process, compared to CNC milling which is a ‘subtractive’ process.
A design file is first generated from within CAD (computer-aided design) software. To additively manufacture the part, AnyShape’s production software will convert the design file in to slices which are then sent to the printer.
Depending on which material is chosen and the type of parts you require, AnyShape have a range of additive manufacturing technologies to meet your needs.
To learn more about our additive manufacturing services and technologies, scroll through the systems and check out the individual Technology Icons within our Capabilities section below.
You can also download Material Specification sheets for metals, plastics and composites.
EOS M400-4 Our Largest and Fastest Laser Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing Solution
Single Laser 3D Printing System for Metal Parts: EOS M 290
EOS P396 Large build volume Laser Additive Manufacturing
Stratasys Fortus450mc - Large Platform Industrial Grade 3D Printing Solution
MJP3600 MAX - Precise and Accurate Parts for Rapid Prototyping Projects
Markforged Mark Two - Nylon composite with selectable fibre reinforcement