3D (three-dimensional) printing, also known as 3D fabrication, refers to methods and processes of creating, modeling, and/or prototyping various objects for further use or analysis. Various methods for the manufacturing of these objects will typically include polymers or metal powders. Starting with a computer-driven set of instructions, the machines ‘print’ successive layers of material while applying hardening source (UV light, lasers, etc.) until object formation is complete.
Control of all X-Y-Z axes for dispensing head positioning and movement.
Same functionality over different models
- Multiple machine variations and sizes
- Varying motor sizes and power levels
Precision motion control
- Customer-designed controller compatiblity
- Traditional input commands for torque mode control
Reliable performance demands
- Eliminate quality problems from previous motor and drive suppliers
ADVANCED Motion Controls' proven products
- Displaced the competition with significantly more cost-effective solution
- Earned customer's satisfaction with proven, reliable and stable technologies
- Smaller machine designs included simple modifications to off-the-shelf AxCent™ drives
- Larger machines incorporated custom configured DigiFlex® Performance™ drives
"Drives as a partner product"
- Multiple motor manufacturers have come and gone, ADVANCED Motion Controls' drives have been the standard since initial implementation and with all new designs
- Knowledgeable sales and support representative team
- Proactively promoting less-expensive solutions to customer to reduce their costs
- Gained trust by providing continual person-to-person support, especially through any redesign