In this guide we try to illustrate the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages, both from a technical and economic point of view, of the two solutions most used today to translate a project or an idea into reality.
Introduction to the operation of the vacuum casting starting from the production of the master, the preparation of the silicone mold and the realization of the copies.
This guide is intended to help you understand how transparent models can be obtained and, starting from the definition of transparency, provides indications on the possibilities and limits of these two solutions.
With silicone molds you can get a good variety of finishes, all described effects can be applied on a pigmented support or on a transparent base.
This guide describes the various ways in which can be finished prototypes made in stereolithographyin from basic finishing to RAL varnishing and transparency.
We have tried to group the characteristics of the materials available for prototypes in 3D printing and small series in vacuum casting.
Our guides are designed to give an idea of the possibilities offered by the technical solutions and the materials that we are able to supply.