Bright Plastics has a state-of-the-art Engineering Lab complete with 3D printing capabilities. Our 3D printing capability has built strength in many industries — both in prototyping and low volume production. The ability to manufacture small runs and not have cost prohibitions for durable, quality parts is another way we can provide solutions for our customers in a variety of industries including medical, aerospace, industrial and automotive.
Using the Carbon® system, digital fabrication is a cost-effective alternative for designing, engineering, creating and delivering finished (end-use) products at scale. As part of Carbon's Production Network, Bright Plastics has a digital manufacturing platform that offers a faster process and creates high-quality, end-use parts with similar properties as injection molding.
For customers needing low volume production but concerned about high precision, our 3D printing capabilities are the solution. Perfect for the medical industry, we can manufacture parts that exceed traditional 3D printed materials that force trade-offs between surface finish and mechanical properties. We have improved additive manufacturing using Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS), enabling parts to behave consistently in all directions.
What is DLS?
Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS) is a breakthrough technology that uses digital light projection, oxygen permeable optics, and programmable liquid, end-use resins to produce parts with excellent mechanical properties, resolution, and surface finish. The resolution and gentleness of the process — where parts aren't harshly repositioned with every slice — make it possible to exploit a range of materials that have surface finish and detail needed for end-use parts.
What are the Best Uses of DLS?
Our engineering team can talk with you about the process and help you choose the best technique for your specific application. Please call us at 336-668-3636, or email email@example.com.
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