Finishings

DOES YOUR PRODUCT HAVE TO ATTRACT A CLIENT OR THE DECISION MAKER OF YOUR PROJECT? TO VIEW YOUR PRODUCT IN ITS FINAL VERSION, DIFFERENT FINISHES ARE PROPOSED BASED ON THE METHOD AND MATERIAL USED

Paint workshop with qualified painters and high-end products. INITIAL proposes a specific metallic treatment for your 3D printed parts.

 

COLOURING

Give a rainbow effect to your parts with our new colouring offering.

  • Parts in PA2200 and PA3200 only

  • Preserved mechanical functions

  • Catalogue: 16 standard colors – 180 RAL colors

 

  • Even colour

  • Excellent colour effect

  • Specifics colours by request

 

PAINTING

Colors and surface options can be chosen: glossy, matt, smooth, fine grain, medium grain, soft varnish, etc. Metallic paints are also available (all car and motorcycle body colors). Screen printing can be carried out upon request.

Various finishings are available:

  • Glossy polishes: nickel, brushed nickel for a stainless steel, copper finish
  • Matte finishes: artistic or technical copper, technical black nickel or nickel

 

Finishing 0

  • Cleaning, removal of supports, sanding and/or micro bead blasting
    Possible use of filler to cover potential imperfections

 

Finishing 1

  • Transparent varnish: SLA® Watershed parts
  • Impregnation for waterproofing: SLS® parts
  • Spray of painting: SLA®, SLS® or parts from vacuum casting
  • Coloring of parts: SLA® or SLS® parts

Finishing 2

  • “Ready to paint” priming: SLA®, SLS® or parts from vacuum casting
  • Polishing: SLA® parts (usually Watershed®)

 

Finishing 3

  • Careful priming + painting
  • Polishing + transparent varnish: SLA® Watershed® parts

OUR RESOURCES

Our finishing workshops are fully equipped with an extraction system.

  • 2 paint booths
  • 1 colouring machine
  • 1 finishing workshop
  • 1 team of experienced modelers
  • Use of products compliant with current regulations

OUR ASSETS

  • EN 9100 : ISO 9001 Certifications
  • Technical expertise
  • Quality control of finishing
  • Dedicated workshops within production for improved reactivity