DEK is your one-stop partner for high-quality products, we make on-demand machining & manufacturing easy and fast, from prototyping to end-part production.
Our reliable 3D printed industrial parts services improve prototyping time from weeks and months down to a few days. 3D printing helps us stay agile, responsive, and innovative.
We maintain operational agility and keep costs down for producing your machinery components, tooling, and industrial equipment.
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DEK reduces the time needed to produce 3D printed industrial parts. And you don’t have to worry about the price because we offer the most competitive prices.
Advanced 3D printed industrial parts technologies conquered the manufacturing world with their ability to dramatically reduce lead times.
DEK offers customized 3D printed industrial parts. We use the best materials to make the best parts for you.
DEK can save you more than 60% cost and don’t worry about quantity, regardless of quantity, you will get the best services.
In SLA (Stereolithography), industrial parts are created by selectively curing a polymer resin layer-by-layer using a UV (ultraviolet) laser bean. DEK uses liquid photosensitive thermoset polymers as the materials for SLA. The high accuracy and ability to achieve smooth surface finishes through SLA make us famous among others.
It is an extremely useful 3D printing technology for both prototyping and small production of functional polymer industrial parts. Its design freedom, high accuracy, and the ability to produce parts with good and consistent mechanical properties are what make it unique. We can achieve a dimensional accuracy of ±0.2mm for your parts through SLS.
It allows you to produce parts with high accuracy and quality comparable to injection molding, but more cost-effectively. Parts produced through MJK are ideal for functional prototypes and end-use industrial applications. Producing precision parts from engineering thermoplastics like Nylon 12 is the expertise of DEK’s MJF 3D printing.
Digital Light Processing (DLP) is a 3D printing technology adopted by DEK to make solid industrial parts.
We prefer DLP because of its incredible speed, greater dimensional accuracy, and precision when it comes to producing functional industrial parts.
It’s the most cost-effective 3D printing technology to produce custom thermoplastic industrial parts ad prototypes. At DEK, the lead times of FDM are short due to the high availability of the technology. With the dimensional accuracy of ± 0.5%, it’s not recommended for mechanically critical industrial parts.
Make your industrial parts more realistic and accurate without PolyJet 3D printing services. It’s a powerful 3D printing technology that produces smooth, accurate parts, and prototypes. With its microscopic layer resolution, DEK can produce thin walls and complex geometries.
DEK believes that SLM is high beneficial for industrial parts by allowing the creation of complicated and highly detailed designs.
SLM enables us to create intricate geometries to get lightweight designs and enables us to work with materials with great mechanical properties and stress resistance.
Before you, we have successfully manufactured 72M+ different parts.
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Producing industrial parts layer by layer through 3D printing results in less waste. The selection of available 3D materials for industrial parts ranges from engineering-grade thermoplastics to metal powders.
3D printing has the ability to integrate multiple parts into a single component. Eliminating the part assembly requirements significantly reduces the manufacturing time and cost.
3D printing enables DEK to quickly produce designs with greater flexibility when testing multiple design options. Quick design changes can now be done in a fraction of the time.
3D printing offers us a cost-effective and flexible way to produce customized parts. It eliminates the limitations of creating personalized industrial parts with the potential to provide customized service to customers.
We can produce physical parts from digital files in a matter of hours, DEK leverage a new model of manufacturing 3D printed industrial parts on demand.
Accelerating product development times by being able to test and validate parts faster has a direct impact on the speed to market. 3D printing enabled DEK to bring your parts to the global market much faster.
To DEK, Dr. Deming’s textbook remark is not a theory, but a practice we have been conducting every day. We use advanced production technologies and strict control systems to ensure high quality. More importantly, the quality-oriented attitude has been so entrenched in the mind of every single employee.
In DEK, we never stop improving the quality of our product. This is how we differentiate ourselves from the competition and is also why we can remain on top of the game for so many years.
Yes, we will analyze your 3D files and make recommendations suitable for 3D printing.
Yes, we can perform surface finishes such as sanding, polishing, and coloring on the 3D printed parts.
Yes, after printing the parts, if necessary, we can assemble them.
Generally within 1-3 days, depending on your requirements, such as quantity, material, surface finishing, etc.
The product will be wrapped with foam cotton to avoid bumps, and then placed in a reinforced 5-layer corrugated box.
For small-sized goods, we will deliver them directly to you via DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT. It usually takes 3-7 days.
With excellent customer service, print quality, and accuracy, DEK provided me with 3D printed industrial parts services that exceed the limits of my imaginations. I recommend these highly skilled professionals to anyone looking for cost-effective industrial parts without compromising on quality.
I have 5+ years of working experience with DEK and as ever, they are fast, accurate, and highly qualified to understand each of my parts design features. Communication is almost perfect with reasonably fast service and competitive pricing.
As a number of industries adopt the latest technologies, the evolution of 3D printing technology has seen rapid growth.
Its applications across industries broadly include functional prototypes and industrial parts.
In this article, we’ll explore how 3D printing improved the manufacturing of industrial parts, including how this technology is being used across sectors.
Moreover, an in-depth understanding of how 3D printing is being used to drive innovation can help grow your business.
3D printed industrial parts includes the production of machinery components and tooling.
With increasing production costs and digitalization of manufacturing, 3D printing evolve the industry to keep the costs down and maintain operational agility.
3D printing has become the most popular option for manufacturing industrial parts because of its being agile, innovative, and responsive.
3D printing has the ability to open up a new range of possibilities for industrial parts manufacturing.
It’s revolutionizing the cost-effective and precision manufacturing of industrial parts by eliminating time-consuming processes, minimizing costs by eliminating material waste.
3D printing offers multiple benefits including an improved line of sight, lightweight components, and improved design and ergonomics.
The 3D-printed industrial parts reduce cost and lead times from weeks to hours whilst also bringing greater operational agility.
3D printing has successfully changed the entire industrial parts manufacturing process.
Its use cases and applications vary across industries and broadly include visual and functional prototypes – and even industrial parts.
The following are some of the primary industrial applications of 3D printing:
3D printing is responsible for manufacturing functional prototypes, tooling, and lightweight components for the aerospace and defense industry.
Prototyping is the primary use of 3D printing in the automotive industry. 3D printing is an effective tool in industrial parts development with its ability to produce multiple design iterations in a shorter time period.
It enables a quick and straightforwardly production of robotic parts. Reduced weight and complete customizability play a vital role in manufacturing robot parts and 3D printing is an ideal technology for it.
3D printing is heavily used in this industry to produce exceptionally detailed prototypes and highly accurate functional parts and tools. 3D printing applications in the medical sector are very versatile.
3D printing has evolved and has a wide range of industrial applications that require the production of high-end industrial parts at a cheaper cost in a faster and efficient way.
Moreover, it helps minimize material wastage, risk reduction, and it is highly sustainable.
3D printing is moving beyond the boundaries of rapid prototyping and brings greater agility and flexibility to the manufacturing and supply chain.
It offers the ability to create industrial parts on-demand while digitalizing and decentralizing production.
It expanded design possibilities to create innovative new industrial parts.
The new industrial parts feature complex lattice structures and complex geometries and require to be lightweight, completely customizable and 3D printing can achieve these requirements.
Moreover, multi-material 3D printing can help you use multiple materials in a single build of your 3D printed industrial parts.
The following are some advantages of 3D printed industrial parts:
3D printing is becoming more and more popular and achievable for nearly every industrial business.
The level of innovation it holds points to even more exciting opportunities on the horizon.
Industrial parts can be of different shapes, sizes, and can feature multiple different properties.
Mostly, lightweight and high-strength industrial parts are required to achieve maximum performance.
3D printing materials include hundreds of metals, plastics, resins, and powders to design, test, and produce your industrial parts that feature characteristics you need.
The following are some of the most extensive and versatile 3D printing materials that serve the widest range of applications and performance characteristics:
By using the right material and technology, industrial 3D printing can be performed efficiently and cost-effectively.
Advanced 3D printers are suitable for printing different kinds of materials that offer unique features and strengths.
Efficiency in 3D printing industrial parts can be maximized by saving time and optimizing the manufacturing process.
Time can be saved by manufacturing on full scale and by not only avoiding multiple print jobs and post-processing but also making your industrial parts exceptionally stronger.
Moreover, you can maximize the 3D printing efficiency by achieving the following:
3D printing technologies are exceptionally fast to produce geometrically complex and impressive industrial parts often in a matter of hours depending on the size.
Because of the fact that 3D printers use digital files (CAD models) instead of physical tooling, it is a highly flexible technology.
3D printing dramatically reduces the manufacturing costs that are determined by the following metrics:
Unlike wasteful reductive manufacturing techniques, 3D printing is much more cost-effective.
Optimizing the manufacturing environment and equipment can eliminate extra costs related to material and energy waste and time consumption.
3D printing’s possible applications continue to increase exponentially as it improves the efficiency of manufacturing top-quality industrial parts.
3D printers offer a number of state-of-the-art features that far exceed the capabilities of any other manufacturing technology, whether for functional rapid prototypes, tooling, or parts.
Over the years, high-resolution 3D printing technologies and equipment became more cost-effective, reliable, and easy to use.
As a result, 3D printing is now accessible to more industrial businesses in affordable manners.
However, there are three most established 3D printing technologies, including:
They’re about seven 3D printing technologies and it’s sometimes hard to select the most suitable one by yourself.
You require 3D printing experts to study your industrial part’s designs and select the most suitable technology based on material, design, and cost.
Different 3D printing technologies have different design considerations based on their capabilities and design restrictions.
It means anything can be digitally designed but not everything can be 3D printed.
The following are general design considerations for 3D printing:
All 3D printing technologies build parts layer-by-layer and every layer is printed over some underline material.
Overhangs are the areas of industrial parts that are either supported by the layer below or nothing at all.
There’s a limited angle every 3D printer can produce without the need for support material and it’s a good practice to limit the overhangs of a part.
Layers printed over support usually have a rougher surface finish and sometimes require post processes.
It’s ideal for a 3D printer to produce accurate features thin up to a certain point. Walls with thicknesses greater than 0.8 mm can be printed successfully with all processes.
The materials for 3D printing can undertake physical change and can be:
Moreover, the heating and cooling of the 3D printing material can cause the industrial parts to wrap while printing.
It’s important to understand what level of details you want for your industrial parts because each 3D printing process has its minimum feature size that is connected to its capabilities and mechanics.
The most important thing while designing for 3D printing is that your digital designs will become a physical object and in the digital design environment, there are no laws of physics to adhere to, such as gravity.
The primary material for 3D printing is plastic, although some metals also can be used.
Plastics offer advantages as they’re lightweight and important in industries such as automotive and aerospace.
In order to get 3D printed industrial parts with specific properties such as heat resistance, high strength, or water repellency, metals are the most suitable.
In 3D printing, using high-resolution printing technologies can deliver both lightweight and extremely strong industrial parts.
3D printing as a single-step manufacturing process saves both time and cost.
3D printing technologies have eliminated labor costs, material waste, and high-power consumption costs that also dramatically decrease the overall manufacturing costs.
Completely optimized 3D printers mean less material and energy consumption that leads to cost-effectiveness.
Yes! DEK is the one-stop solution to your every 3D printing need.
We are specializing in precision 3D printing by always trying to be on the leading edge of 3D printing technology.
Without any human intervention, other than starting the 3D printers, our full automated 3D printing facility can process your orders overnight and be ready to be delivered the next morning.
Our 3D printing technologies are the catalyst for efficiency.
We give you tools to tighten your supply chains and get to market faster by improving production.
Faster lead times with 3D printing can help save you hundreds of thousands of dollars and weeks – even months of time along the way.
Our advancements in 3D printing have unlocked a broad spectrum of production applications.
3D printing enables us to produce high precision, functional industrial parts while reducing costs and increasing agility.
At DEK, our goal is to provide quality parts made to your exact specifications.
3D printing your industrial parts by also achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction is our goal.
By inspecting every single 3D printed industrial part, we achieve to get the best quality.
Our quality assurance process features the following:
By partnering with DEK, you can get high-quality parts delivered at a fraction of the cost.
Our ordering system is extremely simple to follow and an easy way to 3D printed industrial parts.
After finalizing the requirements, we start the printing process and after a detailed inspection, we deliver your 3D printed industrial parts.
From prototypes to end-use parts, you can print high-quality parts on-demand with competitive pricing securely online.