Materials and our Process
The combination of our developed machines, processes and materials make Wematter one of a kind. Because of this, we are able to compete with other SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) technologies, while achieving even better mechanical properties. On this page, you will learn more about our powder materials used in the printing process.
Wematter’s uniqueness lies in the fact that we can, with our proprietary software and process, produce really strong and tough prints.
To really make it clear for you, we have sent samples from our prints to a third party lab that demonstrate that we are stronger. Below we have a compilation of how our 3D prints look if you radiate them compared to the competitors’ absolute best machines. Let the pictures speak their own clear language.
3D-prints that matter
In order to truly demonstrate our strength, we have let our head of sales hang freely in a 3D-printed chain made by us in Aurora material.
Aurora is really a material of pure strength. It is a biobased material made of Polyamide 11 which provides very good mechanical properties. We manufacture the Aurora details under high temperature in a powder bed with a high power laser. The result creates a strong product that is flexible, ductile and resistant to both water and UV light. In the process a very fine-grained plastic powder is used to obtain the desired details. Therefore, there are basically no restrictions on the geometries in this manufacturing process.
Aurora is best suited for 3D-prints with fine surface finish.
Aurora product sheet
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Examples made from Aurora with our Gravity 3D-printer