HP Sprout Pro G2, PC with a built-in 3D scanner – Scanning 3D objects

HP Sprout Pro G

HP Sprout Pro G

HP Sprout Pro G

HP Sprout Pro G

HP Sprout Pro G

HP Sprout Pro G

Not all 3D printing services are the same, especially when it comes to creating great prototypes. This is where you separate the children from the men. 3D printing is essentially simple. A thin layer of liquid or molten polymer or powder is deposited by a spout onto a substrate where it is cooled and solidified or UV cured. One piece is built layer by layer, interpreting a 3D CAD design through software. Printers range in size from small desktop models to create small objects in large engineering models to create complex prototypes.

Whenever the prototype to be created is within the limitations of a printer, there is not much problem, although there are several problems that must be taken into account. If the size is larger than the machine can print, a special experiment is required to assemble a large prototype. Here’s the difference when choosing a 3D printing service to create large objects with complex profiles. Large print services offices in 3D use the best high-end equipment to create prototypes with complex profiles with relative ease. The printers are combined with high-end software and are managed by engineering experts who are far behind in the areas of printer and software.

A CAD design for a large prototype that exceeds the capabilities of a printer is divided into several sections. Each section is printed on a 3D melt deposition modeling printer that uses ABS or PC material in the form of a filament. Experience is needed to break the design into pieces and then assemble them through an exclusive welding process with liquid plastic to create a large, seamless, monolithic and structurally sound piece. The finished piece looks like it came from a large 3D printer. A complex profile prototype can have holes, bumps, recesses, bridges and even threaded bolt holes that must maintain dimensional tolerance once the print is complete. ABS or any plastic tends to contract when cooled and requires precise calculations to ensure that the finished prototype has holes or recesses that are dimensionally accurate. The experience, skills and knowledge of the team that manages the team in a large office of 3D printing services mean a lot.

Sprout Pro by HP G2 empowers you to manipulate the physical and digital worlds in innovative ways. Built with a PC, projector, hi-res cameras, Touch Mat and 2D and 3D capture capabilities for an unbelievable experience. Transform your manufacturing environment with the latest immersive technology. This advanced assembly station with a light-guided system makes complex assembly processes simple, provides worker training and minimizes the need for additional equipment.

  • Sprout Pro by HP G2
  • Windows 10 Pro 64
  • 7th Generation Intel Core i7 processor
  • 16 GB memory; 512 GB SSD storage
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M (2 GB GDDR5)
  • Intel HD Graphics 630
  • 23.8″ diagonal Full HD touch display

Price About $3,750.00

Inexperienced printers can waste a lot of materials before they can create a prototype printed in 3D. Even then, it may not have the required thickness, stiffness, strength or dimensional accuracy. These problems do not exist when the work is outsourced to professionals in 3D printing. As the uniform orientation of the construction plate and placement affect the final result in relation to the precision along the three axes. And subsequent processing is as important as the printing process.

Where time is of the essence, an experienced printing service with its team of experts and the best staff always deals with deadlines. While 3D printers are highly sophisticated and versatile, they also have their limitations. Experienced machine operators are aware of these limitations and develop key solutions.

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