3D Printer Experts

We are a certified reseller for 3D Systems. whiteclouds has a lot of experience using 3D Systems printers to create visually appealing, accurate, and strong parts. We are more than happy to pass our experience and knowledge to our clients who buy printers and consumables from us. 

We know the importance of customer service when it comes to 3D printers. It is of utmost importance to maintain and service the printers properly so they will perform at the highest level. We have an in-house, 3D Systems-certified technician that maintains our printers and our clients’ printers. 

 

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Professional 3D Printers

CJP (Color-Jet Printing)

ColorJet Printing (CJP) builds objects layer by layer in a process called additive manufacturing. This 3D printing technology involves two major components – the core and the binder. The Core™ material is a fine gypsum-based or nylon-based powder. The binder is a super-glue like liquid mixed with the CMYK or CMY colors. The powder is spread in a thin layer over the build platform. After each layer is spread, color binder is selectively jetted from inkjet print heads solidifying and binding the particles together. Another layer of Core™ is spread over the previous layer and the process repeats to create a full-color, three-dimensional object.



 

MJP (Multi-Jet Printing)

MultiJet Printing (MJP) is a technology that builds objects layer by layer in a process known as additive manufacturing. These 3D printers use piezo printhead technology to deposit either photocurable plastic resin or casting wax materials layer by layer. MJP 3D printers can create parts with very high resolution. Layers can be as thin as 16 microns (about 1/6th the thickness of a human hair).This technology also offers meltable or dissolvable support material making post processing hands-free. This also allows thorough cleaning of delicate features and complex internal cavities without damage. The material used in MJP is UV-cured resin. The parts are strong and have a smooth finish making this a good option for prototyping, casting, and end-use parts.



 

SLA (Stereolithography)

Stereolithography is a 3D printing technology that uses photopolymer liquid that hardens when exposed to UV light. Stereolithography was developed by Charles "Chuck" Hull, who patented the technology in 1986. Hull also founded 3D Systems in the same year.



 

Production 3D Printers

 

DMP (Direct Metal Printing)

Like other 3D printing technologies, Direct Metal Printing (DMP) builds objects layer by layer in a process called additive manufacturing. A powerful fiber laser is directed at a layer of fine metal powder. The laser precisely and quickly melts the powder so the particles bind to each other. A new layer of powder is applied and the process repeats so each subsequent layer of material binds to the previous layer. This process guarantees the parts have a dense and homogenous material structure. Additionally, 3D printing can produce geometries that would be impossible to replicate using traditional manufacturing methods like casting or machining. Materials used in DMP 3D printing include aluminum, titanium, and stainless steel. A variety of finished can be used during post processing on DMP parts. 



 

SLS (Laser Sintering)

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is 3D printing technology which uses a laser to fuse plastic, metal, glass, or ceramic powder to create a 3D part.



 

SLA (Stereolithography)

Stereolithography is a 3D printing technology that uses photopolymer liquid that hardens when exposed to UV light. Stereolithography was developed by Charles "Chuck" Hull, who patented the technology in 1986. Hull also founded 3D Systemsin the same year.