Models are vitally important in enabling clients to visualize completed versions of proposed projects. But the process of building models is painstaking and extremely labor intensive. Accurately replicating scaled down details, in particular, is time consuming, difficult and costly. As a result, many models forgo the small, highly significant details that often distinguish exceptional design, with negative impact on clients’ decision making process.Reverse engineering slash the manpower and time required to create detailed, accurate scale models that effectively communicate the unique concept of each design to the client. They replicate fine design elements to scale exceptionally accurately in just hours, at a fraction of the cost of fabricated or hand-built models.


Advanced 3D systems and materials assist medical experts in a range of medical fields from audiology to dental, orthopedic and other medical applications.Surgery planning is another area today being revolutionized using 3D technology. From surgical guides to highly detailed multi-material models that display internal body organs, ABN company is today the 3D technology of choice for medical departments around Turkey. For a growing number of dental lab owners, digital dentistry is already here. By incorporated CAD/CAM automation into their strategic business models, dental labs are able to save time and labor, while at the same time improve the quality and precision of dental parts they manufacture. At the heart of the new era in digital design is 3D printing. By combining oral scanning, CAD/CAM design and 3D printing, dental labs can accurately and rapidly produce crowns, bridges, stone models, and a range of orthodontic appliances for dental offices. Save Time. Enhance Treatment Precision With a 3D rapid prototyping technology doing the hard work, dental labs can eliminate the bottleneck of manual modeling and allow the business to expand and grow. For those who have predicted the day when everything from scheduling to finished restoration can be handled digitally and automatically, that day has arrived.
Shoes or Sporting Goods typically require prototypes with a combination of both rigid and flexible materials integrated into one part. For example, to best simulate the desired end-product, shoe soles require various levels of flexibility (different shore levels), as well as rigid materials and even a combination of opaque and transparent elements.For this reason, 3D technology and the ABN 3D printing systems are ideal for Sporting Goods prototyping. With the latter, the user can actually select the desired Shore level so as to fit the exact design requirements.The 3D printed prototype can be used for more advanced testing, not only in fit and form testing, but also in preliminary function testing.

Medical Equipment products are becoming more and more challenging. Products are designed with maximum efficiency from the perspectives of both design and production. This is commonly translated into elements that are small in size and that require fine details and high accuracy.ABN’s ability to print thin walls (0.6mm and even thinner), accuracy (+/- 0.1mm) and multi-material 3D printing that combines rigid and flexible materials in the same prototype makes ABN solutions highly attractive. ABN serves multiple facets of the Medical Equipment industry, such as implants, drug delivery systems, diagnostic equipment, clinical laboratory instruments, surgical devices, and Pharmaceutical packaging. Furthermore, Objet’s latest transparent material, bio-compatible material and ABS-like Digital Material provide this segment with the ability to test prototypes in environments similar to those of the desired end product.

Jewelry typically requires three main figures that are central in developing prototypes that match the desired end product.Firstly, fine details are necessary to correctly depict the desired product, due to the typically small size of Jewelry products.Secondly, the issue of smooth surfaces of the prototype becomes of central importance. The main reason for this is to appreciate the beauty of the part, but also to be able to undertake post-processing (such as silicon molding, jewelry molds using VLT rubber process, and others).Lastly, tolerance is vital when producing prototypes for the Jewelry market as parts are small and need to match almost perfectly the CAD drawing of the desired product. With PolyJet technology’s thin layer thickness of 16µ, its exceptional smooth surfacing, and its printing accuracy, ABN’s offers a solid and highly compelling solution.
When designing machinery for industrial applications, versatility is paramount. Designers often create a selection of different sized models, using a variety of materials with a range of physical properties, to assess performance.ABN quickly and easily print numerous parts of different scopes and sizes, and with different physical properties, for accurate function testing.

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