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Using Sprybuild technologies, materials and equipment, you can quickly and accurately manufacture functional products, prototypes and models from materials with different properties: rigid, flexible, elastic and thermoplastic.

You can manufacture:
  • burnable casting models;
  • functional products;
  • product prototypes;
  • molds for casting thermosets and thermoplastics;
  • molds for the production of metal products by electroforming.

Burnable models for turbine blade production are made on the Sprybuild printer in CPWC mode in 6 minutes!

Production process

Including the CPWC Sprybuild printer in the casting production chain will provide excellent productivity, flexibility and significant savings.

The inner volume of the model is filled with three times periodic surface - gyroid, this parametric modification of the STL model is produced by a special software module Sprybuild

Filling the model with gyroid for this product:

  • reduces the weight of the used polymer in four times while maintaining the strength of the model,

  • reduces in four times coke residue during model burnout before casting,

  • facilitates gasification of the model during burning out.

filling the model with a gyroid while using Sprybuild thermoplastic burnout photopolymer minimizes the mechanical stress on the mold shell during mold heating.

Fast production of dental models on the Sprybuild printer in layer-by-layer mode

 On the Sprybuild printer, rigid model polymer jaw models were made in just twenty minutes at a layer thickness of 25 µm.

When making the jaw fragment model, the printing time was eight minutes.

The Sprybuild model dental photopolymer provides excellent machinability by milling and drilling.

Quick production of a burnable model for ceramic or metal casting

Printing time of the burnout model of the Sprybuild thermoplastic burnout photopolymer for dental models was 6 minutes

Burnable models for jewelry casting

Production process

Printing time of the burnout jewelry model made of Sprybuild thermoplastic burnout photopolymer was 8 minutes

Shoe sole models and custom insoles are made on a Sprybuild printer in CPWC mode in just twenty minutes

Printing time of the shoe sole model was twenty minutes.

The use of flexible and elastomeric model photopolymers from Sprybuild will make it possible to produce prototypes of footwear models that maximally match the flexibility properties of the products produced by reactoplastic molding methods

Mixers for oxygen systems are made on a Sprybuild printer

When an urgent need arises, in a pandemic, oxygen mixers for ventilator systems are made in just twenty minutes and are ready for use immediately after post-processing is completed.

Mechanism elements: gears, levers and clamps made in ten minutes on a Sprybuild printer

Gears and levers made of Sprybuild functional model photopolymer have been successfully used in the fabrication of a functional mockup of a mechanical device.

The limited flexibility combined with high residual elongation allows the fabrication of functional mechanisms without concern for mechanical damage to the elements during testing.

The basic case of the developing mechanism was made on a Sprybuild printer in layer-by-layer mode in thirty-five minutes.

The high printing quality combined with the excellent properties of the functional model photopolymer Sprybuild made it possible to assemble and test a working prototype of the device

After extensive testing of the prototype, industrial fabrication was not difficult.

Incarnations of art and design

Production process

Fast manufacturing of prototypes and scale copies of art and design objects with STL model software processing. The interior of the product is replaced by a triple periodic surface (gyroid), which for this product reduced the weight of the used polymer in four times while maintaining the strength of the model.

An example of the realization of an algorithm to improve accuracy of printing on Sprybuild printers

The quality enhancement algorithm we developed at Sprybuild not only smoothes surfaces, reducing the "pixelation effect", but also ensures that printing accuracy is maintained.

The photo of the product with two identical wedge-shaped surfaces, located perpendicularly, shows that the fragment on the left side of the product on which the correction algorithm was applied has a surface of much higher quality, while the fragment of the product that was not subjected to the correction shows clearly expressed steps

Realization of the algorithm for automatic placement of supports included in the Sprybuild software for printing a case part

The algorithm for automatic support arrangement allows you to reduce the time for preparing models for printing and to get high-quality products.

Fast production of jaw models on the Sprybuild printer in CPWC mode

Production process

The printing time of the jaw model in continuous CPWC mode was six minutes.

Elastomeric model polymer products

Printing of support and cushioning structures from Sprybuild elastomeric photopolymers in combination with parametric software control of their geometry allows to solve many applied problems in design of manufacturing and testing of footwear elements, protective elastic structures of helmets, and elements of engineering devices

Care about the environment and preservation of resources

At Sprybuild we are exploring ways to recycle removed supports: supports can be recycled by shredding and subsequent pressing with a special binder from Sprybuild.

Flexible and elastomeric supports can be used to make flexible mats and shoe sole fragments.

We develop safe product washing with subsequent regeneration and closed-loop use of the washing solution.

Shredded supports and recyclable rigid polymer products can be used for pouring compositions such as polymer concretes and poured floors.

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