Paragon AM Technologies
Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing
Create complex geometries. Reduce costs. Produce end-use parts.
Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is radically transforming supply chains. It’s enabling better designs and faster design cycles. It’s driving down the cost of manufacturing by eradicating the need for tooling. It’s increasing operational efficiencies by enhancing quality and reducing risk of failure. Entire components, complete with moving parts, can be printed and sent straight to market.
We want to help you design better. We want to help you reduce costs and streamline production. We want to help you win the race to market.
We do this by investing in the best technologies to deliver the best solutions to your manufacturing challenges. We do this by collaborating with you at each stage of your product journey, ensuring outcomes and best for you and your customer. And, we ensure these are delivered with exceptional levels of support and service.
Designed by HP, Multi Jet Fusion is a relatively new technology specifically designed for batch printing. Shortened cycle times driven by the height of the batch result in a cost-effective volume printing process. MJF process offers brilliant mechanical properties as well as high resolution surface finish – resulting in a practically layer-free part. Specifically engineered Nylon PA 11 is biocompatible and possesses excellent chemical resistance to oil, greases and alkalines.
A true additive manufacturing process, Digital Light Synthesis™ technology prints 100 times faster than traditional 3D printing methods. Using a photochemical process to project light through an oxygen-permeable window into a reservoir of UV-curable resin, the resultant parts are layer free with consistent, isotropic and predictable mechanical properties.
This powder bed fusion process utilising thermoplastic polymers is suitable for prototyping and printing functional parts. SLS offers high levels of design freedom and high levels of accuracy, producing parts with good, consistent isotropic mechanical properties and excellent layer bonding. Printing is fully self-supporting, enabling complex geometries.
FFF or composite 3D printing utilises an extrusion process and highly durable, production-grade thermoplastic resins. FFF delivers parts with mechanical stability, high heat resistance, and in some instances, excellent flammability scores. FFF is suitable for one off functional prototypes, hard-wearing tooling, and low volume functional parts. Parts are ready for use straight off the printer.