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Iowa State University

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I am a Maker that enjoys 3D Printing enough to try and help others by sharing my printers and my time. Your prints are my challenges and I enjoy the extra effort if any is needed to get a perfect print. I am also supporting charity with every print in that 50% of my net will be donated to the MS Society.
Cinter is an engineering and design consultancy located in Islington; our services span across brand, product, community and communication solutions. We provide CAD services, design thinking and engineering expertise for your products and prototypes.
On FDM we currently print objects up to 310mm x 290mm x 150mm or 200mm x 230mm x 270mm. Mostly print in PLA as it doesn't shrink as bad as ABS, but can print in ABS too. Infill would normally be up to 50%, but if the part has to be lighter or heavier we can discuss it. We can print layers from 0.10mm up to 0.30mm. Thinner layer = better vertical resolution, slower print, slightly weaker parts, thicker layer = lower vertical resolution, faster print, slightly stronger parts. My default layer is 0.20mm, but again, this can be discussed. Maximum dimensions for SLA are 125mm x 125mm x 165mm.
3D Print: Our range of 3D printers produce physical parts from 3D solid CAD models in a variety of materials such as ABS plastic and photo-cured Acrylic which is suitable for functional parts and specifically developed for casting patterns. We are not limited by the size of the model as we can incorporate features into the design and chemically bond them. We also create master patterns for investment casting in non-ferrous metals using ProCast Acrylic. 3D Design:

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