3D printing

Most Rapid Prototyping Technique
Multiple 3D Printing Technique: SLA, SLS, MJF, DMLS, etc.
Accept metal and plastic engineering materials
Lead time: As fast as 24 hours

What is 3D printing
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a technology that uses powdered metal or plastic and other bondable materials to construct objects based on digital model files by printing layer by layer.
It is basically the same as ordinary printing. The printer contains liquid or powder and other "printing materials". After connecting to the computer, the "printing materials" are superimposed layer by layer through computer control, and finally the design on the computer is turned into a real object. .

3D printing is often used in mold manufacturing, industrial design and other fields to make models, and then gradually used in the direct manufacturing of some products. Especially for production orders with many varieties and small batches, the cost-effective advantage is very obvious.
The technology has applications in aerospace, medical, automotive, military, mechanical equipment, electronics, consumer, artificial intelligence and other fields.
Honpe's 3D printing service
Light curing molding technology-SLA

Light-curing molding technology (SLA) mainly uses photosensitive resin as raw material, and utilizes the characteristic that liquid photosensitive resin will quickly cure under ultraviolet laser beam irradiation.
SLA focuses on the surface of the photocurable material by using ultraviolet light of a specific wavelength and intensity,
and solidifies it sequentially from point to line and line to surface, thereby completing the drawing of a layered cross-section.

Advantages of SLA process:

01. SLA can produce parts with high dimensional accuracy and complex details.
02. SLA parts have a very smooth surface finish, making it ideal for visual prototypes.
03. Special SLA materials can be used, such as transparent, flexible and castable resin.

Selective Laser Sintering-SLS

Selective laser sintering (SLS) belongs to the powder bed fusion process series, which can produce high-precision and durable parts, which can be directly used for end-use, small batch production or prototype prototypes.

Advantages of SLS process:

01. SLS parts have good isotropic mechanical properties, making them ideal for functional parts and prototypes.
02.SLS does not require any support and can easily produce designs with complex geometric shapes.
03. The manufacturing capacity of SLS is very suitable for small and medium batch production.

Multi-jet Fusion (MJF)

Multi-jet fusion (MJF) is a powder bed fusion 3D printing process. In this process, the fusing agent binds powdered materials and then warms them to fuse them to generate 3D parts. MJF can print precise, long-lasting, stiff parts from Nylon PA11, PA12, and PP. They can also print TPU parts that are flexible.

Advantages of Multi-jet Fusion

01. One of the quickest 3D Printing.
02. Because of the powder bed, no support structure is required.
03. Compared to methods like SLS, it has a better surface finish and mechanical and physical properties.

Metal printing

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) is an industrial metal 3D printing process.
Fully functional metal prototypes and production parts can be built in 7 days or less.
The final parts produced from a range of metals can be used in end-use applications.

Our metal 3D printing service
  • Professional knowledge

    Consulting quotations and design feedback from our experienced engineering team and reliability manufacturer. There are millions of unique geometric shapes 3D printed in the past two decades.

  • Project management

    Dedicated project management supports all your production requirements, from part design to processing.

  • Scale

    More than 100 industrial grade metal and polymer 3D printers across five additive manufacturing technologies; Support the production projects of various engineering grade materials.

  • Professional knowledge

    Strict process control and engineering personnel focus on achieving tight tolerances, dimensional accuracy and strong mechanical properties of parts.

3D printed materials
Stainless steel
Aluminum alloy
Nylon PA12 PA2200

Stainless steel

Stainless steel (Stainless Steel) is the abbreviation of stainless and acid-resistant steel.It is called stainless steel that is resistant to weak corrosive media such as air,steam, and water or is stainless steel; while chemically resistant to chemical corrosion media (acid, alkali, salt, etc.) Corrosion steel is called acid-resistant steel.

Aluminum alloy

Aluminum alloy is the most widely used non-ferrous metal structural material in industry,and it has been widely used in aviation, aerospace, automobile, machinery manufacturing,shipbuilding and chemical industries. With the rapid development of industrial economy,the demand for aluminum alloy welded structural parts is increasing,and the weldability of aluminum alloy is also studied in depth.


(ABS is the acronym of Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, which refers to acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer) is a kind of thermoplastic polymer structure material with high strength, good toughness and easy processing and molding, also known as ABS resin .

Nylon PA12 PA2200

Nylon PA12 is a material with very high strength and good heat resistance. It is a very comprehensive thermoplastic engineering plastic. It can be used for preliminary prototype verification and can be delivered as a final product.

Application areas of 3D printing

Automobile industry


artificial intelligence

Medical health

Electronic product