To help you understand how our process works we’d like to share some success stories:
RapidNylon™ parts have proven to be a great application for a functional rapid prototype for automotive, aerospace, etc. More recently however, the exclusive parts made by Synergeeing Group have been a great tool for more “out of the box” applications.
From-Nature-To-Art.com has developed a way to take a CT scan of an animal and convert it into a working CAD model to be produced with additive manufacturing technology, (a form of 3D printing).
Synergeering Group has recently begun working with From-Nature-To-Art.com to produce these unique models as a RapidNylon™ piece. The modified laser sintering technology behind a RapidNylon™ part makes it possible for these very complex geometries to be easily produced, and doing so without compromising the high level of detail in the CT scan. Also, the glass-filled nylon (plastic) material that is used to produce these has a natural matte white finish and makes these look like real bone!
From-Nature-To-Art.com is currently featured on Kickstarter, and their models can be purchased on their website. Check out the links below!
Not only does Synergeering produce quick and durable engine components, but industries a little on the softer side are also being well advanced with RapidNylon to test out initial designs! ArborCube approached Synergeering Group with a new concept for an iPhone holder for children; the ibuku pet. The holder designed for young kids replicates a toy character making it easier for kids to interact with the movement of today’s technology. Before they could even think about mass production for the concept, ArborCube had Synergeering produce their first prototypes of the holder using RapidNylon! STL files were sent and within days they had a functioning prototype in hand! Designers were able to quickly prove out their design, targeting the tight tolerances with the interference fittings to fully assemble with the phone. After several iterations, the design was sent for its next phase and final tooling was cut for mass production. The ibuku pet will be on store shelves soon!