Digital Manufacturing is a manufacturing process that relies on different technologies:
- Technologies by removing material
- Technologies by adding material
The removal of material means that the machine designs and manufactures in removing material to a material (milling machine, laser cutting, cutting vinyl).
Making objects by adding material layer by layer (3D printer).
These machines are managed directly from a computer and software to draw the object. This allows a high accuracy of manufacturing and can not be done with other technologies complex shapes.
These technologies have been around for several years and began to democratize with the appearance of fablabs. The first fablabs were born in the late 90s in the United States. This concept was created by MIT, and is part of a course on "how to make (almost) anything."
Our goal now is to continue the democratization of these technologies of digital manufacturing.
Today, we have two types of machines:
- Material removal
- - Adding material
We have laser cutting machines and 3D printing.
Our machines have large dimensions (60x90cm surface for laser cutting and engraving, and 20x20x20cm for 3D printing).
The laser cutting process can cut and engrave all kinds of shapes on different materials (Plexiglas, wood, medium, leather). It is possible to create 3D objects through the cut in interlocking parts. This technology also allows you to create complex shapes and designs with high accuracy.
The 3D printing is used to create objects of all kinds and sizes. This technology allows you to create complex shapes with precision.
These technologies can create so many things easily and quickly!
Founded in June 2013 the company deSap concerns the democratization of digital manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing and laser cutting.
Players in the world of digital craft, we offer services to businesses and / or original customizable objects, working plastic, wood and leather.
In addition, we are currently developing web interfaces easy to use, allowing anyone to create objects so that they are then manufactured in our workshops in Paris.
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